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Pandemic Sept 28th Down the Rabbit Hole

Looking at things in a totally unicorn and rainbow way, the pandemic has given us some unique opportunities to explore life. Before we get to what The-Prettiest-Girl-in-the-World has done, let’s look at the state of the world. Seems there’s a … Continue reading

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School and Work – Pandemic Sept 12th 2020

Both more normality and more craziness came to this world, like we couldn’t have a bowl of ice cream without a side order of murder hornets. Last week, the kids all went back to school, and while I won’t rant … Continue reading

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Returning to Normal – Pandemic Sept 4th 2020

If I had to make a list of signs that we’re getting back to normal, at the top of the list would be going back to school, The-Prettiest-Girl-in-the-World returning to work, seeing a movie in a theater, and being able … Continue reading

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Pandemic Birthday pt 2

With two weeks left, I had a 5-page spreadsheet made (ok, it was handwritten), a great collection of vidhug videos, and a brilliant plan to make my own video of why The-Prettiest-Girl-in-the-World made everything better. That was the good news. … Continue reading

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Pandemic 50th Birthday

Oh, we had great plans for an incredible 50th birthday party for The-Prettiest-Girl-in-the-World: Maui. An epic luau with kālua puaʻa (pig cooked underground). And The Rock with a bunch of half-naked Hawaiian dancers. Sadly, the pandemic shot that plan in … Continue reading

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Pandemic Wednesday, July 22, 2020

It’s day 133 for us – so where are we at? Well, I have to say if you look around, you’d say yes, the pandemic is over… but more accurately, a ton of people are just fed up with having … Continue reading

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Pandemic Saturday, June 27, 2020

For us, another visiting day in the exotic land of the Ogopogo. For the rest of the world, a pretty typical day of chaos and weirdness. But since you’re likely reading about all the rioting and the Minneapolis city council … Continue reading

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Our Days of Quarantine – Saturday

For Saturday, an update and a secret to surviving this that I’d like to share. No not the secret in the meme, something really, you know, secret. First, let’s look at where we stand. Travel bans are expanding to every … Continue reading

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Life is Better With Plans, Right?

It’s been a while since I blogged and to my six fans out there, I apologize. However. I have a plan. I’ve spent the last six months working on my novel, Yager’s War, a historical mystery set in 1940s Holland … Continue reading

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Traveling With Kids – Victoria – Fisgard Lighthouse

Fort Rodd Hill – The Lighthouse Who knows where kids will have the most fun? I do my best to guess. I mean, cannons, hey, they should be fun to touch, to climb on, to pretend to shoot… But who … Continue reading

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