Monthly Archives: September 2009

And the last week begins . . .

September 28, 2009 The Christmas-Eve butterflies are competing on an Olympic level in my stomach.  This time next week we will hopefully be well in the middle of the bottom job, with the first morning of home-schooling a memory.  Of … Continue reading

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Why so much ##!!**?

September 25, 2009 Jeremy’s LAST Friday at work! This morning’s OMG moment (at 3 am, naturally) was when I realized how much stuff I stowed on the boat.  People have looked at me like I am crazy, and I realize … Continue reading

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The beginning of the “lasts”

September 24, 2009 I have started this blog in my head so many times and run out of steam or energy or nerve.  I meant to write after the weekend, where the blog title would have been “wood, wiring, and … Continue reading

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Where are we?

September 17, 2009 A question that pops up a LOT these days from people (especially from my old job) who know we are going sailing is, “Where are you?”  Of course, this can be answered in a bunch of different … Continue reading

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We so need an education!

September 14, 2009 Apologies to Pink Floyd . . . Jeremy has gotten a TON done in the past 2 weeks.  He has installed the Monitor, gotten the HF (ham) radio hooked up and grounded, installed new 12-volt outlets around … Continue reading

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Repackaging is my life!

September 11, 2009 Begin this blog with a moment of remembrance for those who perished on 9-11-2001.  A friend of ours was in the second tower, and when we sail we sail in part for him.  Remember! I am struck … Continue reading

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Countdown ticking

September 9, 2009 Multitasking here, trying to write the blog while listening to Obama talk about health care.  Sick and twisted, to me, are those people who do not think our nation needs health care reform and fast.  This came … Continue reading

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