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With the beautiful Spring weather we’ve had recently, Tony and I have spent a lot of time outside. A couple Saturdays ago was Mulch Day. Tony went to get a truckload of mulch while I got EO set up in … Continue reading
Things are getting wild and crazy around here! There’s not been a lick of work done on the house, but there’s been a lot going on! Little Man is legit crawling now, too. So you’ll excuse my absence, I hope, … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of homemade Halloween costumes. Its sort of a requirement for a DIYer. So, I spent months wracking my brain, and Pinterest, for a cool costume idea for EO and me. He won’t be trick-or-treating this year, … Continue reading
We can now start describing Edmond’s age in weeks, not days. It’s hard to believe that just 2 weeks ago we brought him home! So much seems to have happened in that time. I sure am glad he held off … Continue reading
We’re excited to announce the arrival of Edmond Oliver Snethen, born May 23rd, 2016, at 10:19am. Edmond entered the world at 7lb. 7 oz. and 20.5 inches long.
Phew! The Historical Homes Tour was a tremendous success last weekend! We estimate that more than 250 visitors came through during the 5 hours of the tour, and all had incredible things to say about our home. I intended … Continue reading
Phew! What a weekend! I rested on Friday, but then I had to get to work, and now the dining room chairs are totally done. The closet is 99.8% done. The library is done! I can’t believe we actually finished … Continue reading
One year ago today we brought home this little bundle of love. One year ago yesterday I would have been happy to never have a dog. Now I cannot believe how much richer our lives are as a result … Continue reading
The Costa Rican tourism website states: “Costa Rica is more than a vacation destination; it is an interactive sensory experience. The country is bestowed with an intense array of biodiversity and environmental attractions – majestic volcanoes, misty cloud forests, stunning … Continue reading