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1st day of kindergarten 2010

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    the 1st day of kindergarten. I took the day off since Riley had the afternoon class and we were getting new bunkbeds and our sofa today!

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August 03, 2009

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Erin Sweeney

They're playing Bon Jovi? That is so awesome. I love me some Bon Jovi! hee hee! And nope, my life isn't perfect either. I think most of just try to put the happy things out there and keep the not-so-good-stuff private. Honestly, I think I posted my first serious-not-superficial-or-a-funny-story-about-my-girls entry last week. And I've been blogging for 4 1/2 years! So when are we scrapping again?

marie

oh rachel i miss you and think that we need to have another one of our starbucks after the kids go to bed nights. trust me, overwhelmed-all the time, homesick-terribly, feeling left out-definitely, but still here and still listening. whenever you need it.

Missy

{hugs} love you

Char

Oh Rachel...I have been checking your blog and no updates and then to hear you sad. I'm so sorry! Let's get the boys together for something fun and catch up. You have been on my mind but we haven't talked..vacations, work, etc. You are such a sweet and good person...I don't like it when you are sad. Hang in there!

rebecca

so sorry that things have been melancholy. On a side note, I was thinking that you probably aren't reading my blog - since it is clearly not rainbows and sunshine lately. I can relate to a lot of how you are feeling these days. Here's hoping that many days are around the bend that are filled with being included, feeling loved and moments full of company. big hug!

Joann Cornelius

Well said. But It is still no fun to feel sad and lonely. You are keeping it real. I hope my days are better stretched out ahead of me than they've been this past horrible week. One day at a time.

Elizabeth

I tend to drop off the face of the blogworld for weeks at a time, you're not the only one! Matt gets after me if I blog while grouchy because his grandparents are such faithful blog-checkers, and as their health is not so good... well, I tend to just drop off the face of the blogworld instead of post on those days.

On an unrelated note, I have such good memories of getting to tag along when my dad was the band director at Stow. So exciting to see the marching band from way up in the bleachers : ) I was pretty young—I think he left to go to U of A in 1978 or 1979? But I still remember. I bet the boys will have similar memories one day!

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