Taking the Scenic Route

Fashion Goal: As many colors as possible.

29th January 2011

Fashion Goal: As many colors as possible.

I hope she holds on to her fashion sense.  I love it.

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6th January 2011

Growing Up

These children of mine are growing entirely to quickly. They went back to swimming lessons today and Zora definitely needs a new suit, and if Zane gains 2 lbs, he won’t be able to get his on. Slow Down! I can’t keep up with y’all!

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22nd November 2010

“Zora, time to get dressed”

Some days I think I gave birth to Punky Brewster. (heading to the store for Thanksgiving Dinner shopping)

I edited this post to add some art she did later in the day.  She drew a picture of her and Zane being kings on our dry erase board.

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13th February 2009

Fashion Maven

#44 Dinosaur style.  She loves Zane’s old Dinosaur and Bug shirts.

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22nd January 2009

Can we go out Mama?

#22 “Can we go out Mama?” I wish the picture where she completed the ensemble with sparkle shoes and a pink and purple boa would have been more than a big blur so that you could have the full impact of her fashion choices.

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20th November 2008

Zora’s outfit

This was such a “Zora”, so I just thought I would share. What you can’t see is the elbow pads she is wearing under the jacket. lol

Clicky heel play shoes, ballet print pj bottoms, and the Diego gloves, helmet and elbow pads. She wore this for most of Friday.

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  • Zane's age

  • Zane is 19 years, 8 months, and 23 days old
  • Zora's age

  • Zora is 15 years, 8 months, and 27 days old
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  • Let’s open our hearts in prayer. Gracious and loving God your son taught us that your kingdom is among us. Yet so often we treat life as something to be gotten through instead of something to be embraced and to be cherished. We look ahead to the end of the work day, to the week-end, to the summer vacation, to retirement, and we forget that the only time we will ever have is now. Open our eyes and open our hearts so we know that we cannot collect the moments we waste and store them for future use, and we cannot hide our love away, protecting it, thinking the ideal time will someday arrive when we can reach into that vast reservoir of love we have saved up and joyfully pour it upon the world. Tomorrow may never come and we cannot relive a single wasted yesterday. Today is all we will ever have. Grant us the wisdom to understand that now is the time to embrace the fragile beauty of life and now is the only time we will ever have to love the people you have placed beside us for this mysterious and beautiful journey. — Gary Cox, pastorial prayer, after his terminal cancer diagnosis.

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