Monthly Archives: August 2011

How Many Reds Under the Sun

The remodeling continues. . . Our sun-room-turned-dining room is red, definitely red.  It has a damaged (and very prominent) wall, however, and in great need of repair and repainting.  As the original source/color of paint remained a mystery, I made a trip to Sherwin Williams to pick up a few color samples. . . Here […]

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Back to School

Dan and I went back to school this evening – to the Parents’ Open House meeting at White Station!  We wandered around for a while, trying to tell the difference between the East Annex, the Main building, and the Freshman Academy. . .  It was good for us to meet the teachers and get a […]

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Other-Worldly Blossoms

Today was a slow day. . . a REALLY slow day.  That is not to say we weren’t very busy – Dan was attending important and inspiring China Partnership Meetings, the girls were in school, Jackie and I were trying to get the house and our lives back together after a weekend on the road. […]

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Ironman Louisville 2011

We all woke up early this morning with our Ironman contestant.   It was a great morning to be in Louisville!  Here is the view of the bridge as we walked Dan to the starting area at 4:45. . .  We passed the corral of sleeping bikes on the way to the body marking area. […]

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Across the Midwest to Friends and Family

After the girls finished school yesterday, we hopped in the car and started our journey to Evansville, home of the Winslow clan.  In a mere five and a half hours, we managed to pass through six (!!) states (Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, and Indiana) and ENDLESS farmland.  We were amazed at the fields upon fields of lush crops.  […]

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