The Great Flood

When people think of Colorado, rain is not usually their first thought. Snow, sunshine, mountains usually come to mind. I think that’s because most years we are lucky to get 15 inches of… Continue reading


For those of you who don’t have little boys, let me introduce you to the world of Legos. Now I know what you may be thinking, because I use to think it too,… Continue reading

Copy Cat

Caedmon has reached the age where he likes to do what he sees the rest of us doing. I remember this stage with Leighton, but it seems more pronounced and apparent with Caedmon,… Continue reading

Teachable Moments

I don’t know what it was that sent Leighton into a tail spin tonight. Somehow we went from playing happily to having a full out melt down by the end of bath time.… Continue reading

Korean Lesson 1

As promised I will provide some Korean words that I am learning. I have been listening to podcasts from and have kind of figured out how to say “hi” and “thank you”.… Continue reading


I remember canning peaches and pears with my grandma and mom at the end of each summer. It is one of my favorite memories. The day was usually hot, as most days in… Continue reading

Home Depot

If you have ever been to a Home Depot on the first Saturday of the month then you have probably noticed the kids workshop that they put on. It’s organized chaos really. The… Continue reading


We don’t watch much TV at our house. Very little in fact. We watch the Bronco games, often we record it and fast forward through most of it. And then Clint and I… Continue reading

Why I love the ER

I think there are very few places where one gets a full view and breadth of society. I think the ER is one of them. Emergencies (or urgencies, or sometimes just plain drama)… Continue reading

Emergency…or not

I work in the Emergency Room, I spent four years training in one of the busiest ERs in the country, one that use to be known as the “Knife and Gun Club”. I… Continue reading

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