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  Posted: May 22, 2012 12:18 AM FEED
1 Toaster
Woah. When did that burn down? 2 minute walk from my home. Don't know how I missed that. #WhereIStand #photoadaymay

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Posted: Sep 27, 2017 5:30 PM
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Ninety-nine luftballons returns*! Thanks, My Wife!! *or: is replaced, after wearing out, and spending years as a homemade shopping bag.
Slumber or Rise? #NotJustAQuestionOfFilters
Cold mornings mean that it's Slipper Season again!
Thanks, @ktsch for the great a.m. footwear!
Posted: Sep 16, 2017 8:28 PM
1 Inkwell
That single tear just gets me.
I've got 'Big Yellow Taxi' in my head in these last few days of warmth. I want to work outside while I still can, cuz "don't it always seem to go…🎵"
Wow, what a day. Our little man is one year old, and he had a great birthday (between naps)! Pool party, brownies, gifts, birthday PJs, and FaceTime with Opa, Grandma & Grandpa, and even Great Grandpa! This boy is loved by everyone around him. We are blessed.
Title: Musings at Thirty Inches From the Floor
Artist: Ezra Broughton
Date: August 27, 2017
Medium: Chalk on Chalkboard Paint
Notes: Limited edition first-ever Art By Ezra.
Not even a year old, and he's already making masterpieces like this! #ProudDad #KiddingNotKidding
Three years ago we exchanged rings and committed ourselves to each other for life. Every single day since then I've been proud of that decision and thankful for the fantastic wife God chose for me. .
Photo credit: @k8goertzen
His first opportunity to share with his cousin, and instead he fights dirty.
It's pretty hard to stop posting photos of this cute guy--especially when he dresses up for theme meals.
It's possible that I'm biased, but I think this submission for Twin Meal may be the all-time win.
I thought this was a fantastic sign to be sitting in the demolition zone.
Lavender and Scotch Broom seems such an unlikely mix, but I think that the beauty lies in the contrast. Contrast of colours, contrast of choice. One has been planted, while the other is considered an invasive weed, yet both have multiplied far beyond their original borders. So similar and yet so distinct; there's vibrancy in difference.
Posted: May 19, 2017 6:35 PM
0 Normal
I've been pondering this little nugget today. Great words of juxtaposition, but implementing them in a practical way could be much more difficult than writing them out on my chalk wall.
I've been reading "Managing the Millennials" by Espinoza, Ukleja, and Rusch, to more effectively work with our summer staff. I found out in the early chapters that I'm apparently reading the wrong book. According to them *I* am a millennial, and our staff (as of 2010), are referred to as "The O Generation." Nevertheless, I'm learning from it, and would recommend it to anyone working with current young adults or teenagers, at least as a primer.
I thought that this would keep my insanity by not having to listen to full-on "baby" music, but instead I just have glockenspiel versions of fifty classics constantly cycling through my brain. #ParentingLose
Posted: Mar 26, 2017 2:10 PM
2 Amaro
Just sayin'. If Ghostbusters® ever needs a model…