Monthly Archives: November 2009

Saint Boniface started it

After 2-days of finding, cutting, transporting and standing up a tree in my house to be decorated with lights and ornaments, I thought I’d do a little research on how the tradition started: It began in Germany almost 1,000 years … Continue reading

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Plane on a train

You don’t see this every day.

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Out of their tree

First the exciting part. After our very streamlined Christmas tree hunt at Mountain Creek tree farm at the base of Mt. Si, we stopped in North Bend for lunch, where we saw an old friend Kelly McGrath with husband and … Continue reading

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Class Dismissed

To my knowledge, this is Henry’s first official class photo, taken today. I think it’s no coincidence that he needed to be seated next to the teacher.

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Fry Lodge Weekend, Abridged

Spending a Saturday flying coast-to-coast makes you feel cheated out of a weekend, but the Fry family made up for lost time – spending some quality time on the couch Saturday night and Sunday. It helped to watch the Cornhuskers … Continue reading

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Daddy’s girl

Nice to be home.

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Good morning, daddy

Woke up to this photo. Can’t wait to get home.

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