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September 27, 2007

Attention PLEASE

Attention PLEASE

Originally uploaded by Ceece

Sorry guys, I hate to do this, but it needs to be done.

There are just too many cases I'm reading about across the internet about people having their kids pictures used for ads or stories or other, worse, things.

September 25, 2007

How Did This Happen?

Today at 11:30 am, my little bug turns 1! How in the world did that happen? What happened to my babies, I don't remember telling them they could grow up!

I'm One!

Lilli-Bug, it's been a heck of a year. You've grown so well and so fast after a little bit of a rocky start. You're crawling like a champ now and absolutely adore your brother.

Conner and Lilli

In the morning when you hear Dad's alarm clock go off and he gets up and ready for work, you sit in you crib saying "da, da, da", until he comes in and gets you!

You love spending time with your Gramerly, Pap, Opa and Oma, and Aunts Leesh and Rae Rae.

You're the entertainment in our weekly lunch meeting with friends.

We all love you so much bug!


So big!

Martha and Tim Together!

Be still my heart!

September 20, 2007



September 13, 2007


A few weekends ago, I went to a scrapbook benefit for Officers Denzinger and White and their families. It was nice to go, because it resparked my interest and motivation in scrapbooking. I'm usually more motivated if I've got someone else to do it with.

So if you're interested in maybe getting together at my house or yours a night a month let me know! I love learning from other people!!!

September 08, 2007


Today was the Historic Homes Tour in downtown, and it was a motivator if there ever was one. I am so envious of the houses and their owners. I mean these people have done a fantastic job! A lot of time, blood, sweat and tears I'm sure.

That's what I have to keep reminding myself too. Is that when we bought this house, we knew it was going to take time to get all the work done that we wanted (as if work on older homes ever stops!) and that we're relativly young here and it doesn't have to be done now.

After telling Adam about it, I think he's ready to refocus and get more work done. The kids kind of slow us down to you know?

Just a few critiques, I really think the cost is a bit much for this. Maybe $10? I'll be interested in hearing the final count. My friend Ted F, who's on the Commission, said it was crazy busy. Also more houses, less commercial buildings. I like talking to the owners and seeing their personal touches.

Great job to everyone who was involved!