Monthly Archives: September 2009

Needlefelting Mother Earth

Last weekend Devana gave a full day workshop to ten of the mothers from the attachment parenting meetup to show us how to make the beautiful Earth Mother pictured above. It was really a special treat. Not only did we … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday SUE!

My brother and sister’s birthdays are only two days apart and Sue has complained her whole life that we would go out and celebrate Songbae’s birthday with a restaurant of his choice, and then tell Sue that it was for … Continue reading

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Happy 4-0, Little Bro

Today, my brother Songbae turns forty years old and for all the complaining I’ve done about him over the years, I’d like to take a minute and gather all my warm fuzzies about him and gather it into one admiring … Continue reading

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Korean Taco Truck

My old friends John and Joe are here – and I am really enjoying their visit. My mom and dad went to medical school with their mom and dad and so we, the kids, have known each other our entire … Continue reading

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Oan Kim

Too often photographs taken to capture late night partying bliss turn out to be a harsh dose of reality the morning after. It is not as easy as it appears, to bring images of night-time revelry into the daylight, without … Continue reading

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Cambodia – dreams, dinner and decadence

My brother Songbae’s last missive from Cambodia: “not necessarily in that order: dinner – phnom penh has a lot of koreans and korean resturaunts. went to one last night called pyong yang. all the waitresses are from north korea. they … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday CHAD!

Here’s to many more days of adventuring together in your 39th year. I love that we explore cities as well as the outdoors together. And here’s to eating cake together (although with tonight’s lasagna, I think an apple crisp will … Continue reading

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The First Waldorf Playgroup

was a resounding success! We managed to create exactly the kind of environment I want around Christian: calm and focused, AND I had fun (very important indicator of success). From the looks on everybody’s faces, children and adults alike I … Continue reading

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First Day Jitters

Tomorrow will be our first Waldorf Playgroup in the Woods, and I’m hosting. And really, instead of posting, I should be cutting out more owls for the craft the mamas will be doing, but I’ll consider this post a playgroup … Continue reading

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First Day of School

Bella has basically spent all summer getting ready for this first day of her junior year. And almost had a melt-down when all three of the printers in the house ran out of ink on Labor Day, before all her … Continue reading

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