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ihathihath

From the land of Arabian Nights, comes a story teller of a partially differ...

 
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New Beginnings

By Long Hollow on Jul 3, 2015 in: Family

"Every goodbye is a new beginning." ~ me (and probably a bunch of other people) This afternoon I said goodbye to an old friend: my grandmother's piano. A friend from high school bought it for her granddaughter. She met me at my parents' hom...

Bocce ball is my favorite game to play on a long summer evening. A simple lawn game that is at least 7,000 years old, bocce ball has no set up, takes a second to learn, and is a competitively addictive game. Read the rest...

The thing positively oozes mystery and the promise of an exciting intellectual adventure. Alas. Read the rest...

Do you have kids? Here’s my advice – get these headphones by Puro Sound Labs. You won’t regret it. The number one reason to get them is for their volume-limiting ear protection. Read the rest...

Have you been wondering what Kimberly Stewart, scantily clad sidekick of the early aughts, has been up to? Well, she had a baby with Benicio del Toro, but now that’s done and she’s free to star in an upcoming reality show on E! about her cra-a-a-...

             Filed under: Family, Love, Michigan, Our Daughter, Our Son, Parenthood, Photos, Road Trippin', Sibling Love, Travel, United States, Wordless Wednesday...

When I became a mom I had no preconceived notions about Mother’s Day. Before Mother’s Day my dad would take my sister and I out to buy a card and either a potted plant or a bouquet of flowers. On…Read more →...