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Wordless Wednesday


Blast from the past. Ethan was throwing a fit. I walked away. He still tries the fits, but they work even less now than they did then.

I’m loving the Timehop app. I love seeing what I’ve done each year on a certain date. It’s pretty interesting. Some days are pretty boring, but some have some great insight into our lives!

A Year in Pictures


More can be found on my Flickr account. There are lots more, trust me! I’m a bit of a crack addict with pictures!

Totals (as of December 28 @ 8pm)

  • January (532)
  • February (325)
  • March (328)
  • April (343)
  • May (567)
  • June (440)
  • July (480)
  • August (335)
  • September (944)
  • October (466)
  • November (248)
  • December (425)

Oh Goodness!! Surprised smile I can’t say what the full total is because a lot of them are re-edits and Instagram pictures! Open-mouthed smile

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Sid teh Man

Sid teh Man by TM2TS
Sid teh Man, a photo by TM2TSon Flickr.

Bye, Mr. Sweetheart.

Mr. Loud

Mr. Amazing

Mr. Sid

May your suffering be at an end, and may those that loved you find the peace they need as well.

Also, give Kathy a big purr and Meow and tell her everyone here misses her like crazy.

It’s Normal, Right


There are days when I look in the mirror and I wonder … who is this person.

There are days when I look at my kids and go … when did they grow up?

There are moments when I look at Josh and I go … why is he still here?

This month marks 10 years. Ten whole years. The world has changed a lot since then. New York’s skyline is forever changed. I can’t hear Enya’s Only Time without bursting into tears.

Ten years, and I still remember what happened 10 days from now as if it happened 10 days ago. The smallest detail is that Josh said I was his girlfriend for the first time in public on that day. After being asked by an 8-year-old. Besides that, I officially met his “block”, his Florida family. I also reconnected with my own family that day.

Less than a week later, we were officially official. We were dating. Ten years later, and look where we are. Two kids. One car paid off, two major wrecks, and the loss of an important loved one (we still miss you, Kathy).

Life goes on. Time marches forward. Lessons are learned. Paths are chosen.

Yeah, I’m going to stop with the quotes. I’m done. But, wow. Where did the time go?