Merry almost Christmas

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Last weekend I brought Kari up to her grandmother’s house where she, her mom, and her sister have gathered for the week.  I snapped that picture while on our way up there. Just watering the Christmas tree and my head went through a spider web.  Erlack, it was gross!  It made me think of this […]

Maintain it up! (bumf)

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Due to the annoying amounts of spam I get, I’m going to turn off comments for a while.  For your enjoyment, here is a delightful selection of comments I’ve blocked as spam (note: I’ve removed the parts that had links or mentions their bad, spammy sites): Beginning of spam ___ Wow!! I appreciate what you […]

Cah!

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Wow!  Today we picked up our new(er) car, a Volvo V70 wagon.  It goes from zero to awesome instantly.  We were sad to let our Ford Ficus Focus go as we got it right after we first met six years ago and it’s been a good, worry-free car for all that time.  But, there comes […]

Cute doxie clip

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Jen Skelley, the artist who did most of the interior illustrations for Kari’s book recently did some awesome work for Sweet’N Low. I forwarded the clip on to my favorite dachshund blog, and they not only posted it, but also a picture of Baxter & Charlie Parker!  Check it out! What I’m listening to:  Yo […]

More open studios & tree lighting

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Yesterday, we went out to open studios at the mill building in Easthampton where Kari will be renting a studio.  Lots of cool, artsy people there.  I realized I didn’t take any pictures of the art, just some of the building.  Here are those pictures: Later, we went to Northampton and were walking around when […]

Funeral and stuff

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Friday morning Kari and I met my brother at my mother’s house and we drove out to Pittsfield for my grandmother’s wake, mass, and funeral.  She was 90, and had not been doing well for a few years now, so her passing had been expected. In the lobby of the funeral home was a large […]