Monthly Archives: March 2011

Sweet Joshua Tree Wedding

The wedding I officiated a few weeks ago goes to show what a little thought and time can do for a ceremony. There weren’t even any guests – but the mood was reverent and meaningful, perfect, in fact. Mai Mai … Continue reading

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New Spring Cycle of Playgroup in the Woods

A Little Garden Flower A little garden flower is lying in its bed. The sun shines bright, overhead. Down came the rain, dancing to and fro. The little garden flower awakens, and now begins to grow. Spring is Coming by … Continue reading

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Deputy Marriage Commissioner for a Day

Something I like about life? It is so dang unpredictable. I was asked to solemnize a marriage ceremony in Joshua Tree. This is not something I have ever wished to do. Neither is it something anybody in my family has … Continue reading

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U.S.S. Midway

Last week, a few of us moms took advantage of a homeschooling group deal to take the Amtrak train down to San Diego and back to Irvine for just $10 (normally something like $45). We discovered at the last minute … Continue reading

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Got capers?

I generally have capers on hand for one thing and one thing only: bagels and lox. I love bagels and lox, but it is a meal I reserve for special occasions and guests. But the other day, I was staring … Continue reading

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Letter to Christian at 2 years and 9 months

Dear Christian, One of your favorite parts of the week these days is Earthroots day; every Wednesday we tail the Earthroots homeschool class for five hours in a different wilderness park in Orange County! And while you are too young … Continue reading

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