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June 08, 2009

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am

...saw you in church this a.m.but didn't get a chance to say hi.I think moving is so exciting and at one point I was addicted to it, but also I know that with children at home it brings a whole other element of emotion and consideration to it. I will most definately pray for you and the family and if you do move I will miss seeing those cute little kids in mass every week. John Paul looked so cute today with his eyes peering out over your shoulder. At one point he looked up at Patrick and it was the sweetest look ever. Yes, yes, I was paying attention to the Fr. Robert too :)

Kirsten

Thank you all for your kind comments on my hair. I still don't like it, but will live with it until I can get it reshaped.
And Miss Nosey Pants ;0) We may be moving for work. Not sure of exactly where or exactly when but it is looking like a real possibility. I have mixed emotions at the moment, so we will see!! pray for me!

Randi Sue

Patrick's journal is so cute! I have always wanted my kids to have a nature journal, but it has never happened.

am

I thought your hair looked cute,very cute. Hum... are you thinking of moving? I'm just being nosey...you said you were praying for discerment about where God wants your family, so come on, like I could just let that slip by and not say anything. I'm not nearly as polite as your other readers :) and I don't actualy expect an answer, but I did have to ask. Have a happy homecoming :)

julie

I love Patrick's nature journal too! (and I like your hair)

Tiffany

I love when I click on your blog and find a new post!
I love the less is more idea...I have a tendency to clutter our school day but you are right. Thanks for getting me thinking on that one.
I didn't notice your bad haircut when I saw you yesterday...it must not be as bad as you think.
I love Patrick's nature journal!!

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