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July 2014
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26: a time capsule came to visit (0 comments)
25: singing in the rain (0 comments)
25: David the treasure hunter (0 comments)
25: conversations with David (0 comments)
23: Bill Harley (0 comments)
22: Discovery Park hike (0 comments)
20: camp week for David, Rose, and Debby (0 comments)
17: the forgotten lunch box crisis (0 comments)
13: the Swarthmore College Seattle alumni book club trip to Decater island (0 comments)
12: the Mikado (0 comments)
12: hike to Denny Creek slide (0 comments)
10: David finished Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (0 comments)
10: conversations with Rose (0 comments)
10: David passed the swim test (0 comments)
06: David's mother's day card (0 comments)
06: Rose on the flying trapeze (2 comments)
06: David and the bullies (0 comments)
06: Club Med, Ixtapa, Mexico (1 comments)


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People you'll meet in this blog:

Debby: That's me. I'm in my 40's, live in Seattle, within a twenty minute radius of my mother, father, sister, and friends who are family. I used to be a community college writing instructor. Now, I'm 90% at home parent and 10% writer, editor, tutor.

John: my partner, a fabulous cook. You could find out what we had for dinner by checking out his blog.

Rose 8/02: our daughter. Rose is shy, strong-willed, sweet, incredibly picky about food, kind of obsessive compulsive, loving, verbal, and has an excellent memory. She likes chocolate and playing on the rings. She really likes being with Miriam.

David 1/06: our son. David is easy going, likes to bang on drums and throw balls. He really likes being with Rose.

Julia: my sister. We live six blocks apart, talk on the phone five times a day, and have dinner together at least half the week.

Dan: Julia's husband. He reads the kids four bedtime books a night.

Miriam (2/02) and Ariana (5/04): my nieces. Sometimes there are tussles over who gets to carry the purse or who gets to be the mommy, but basically when the kids are together (almost daily), they disappear upstairs and play.




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