Monthly Archives: March 2012

Squeaky basketball shoes + Grapes

This week Jacob’s Crocs broke. This boy has lived in them since the beginning of August. Seven months straight- no joke. Morning-noon-and night. Okay, well, maybe I’m exaggerating a bit. He has worn his cleats to play baseball. And there … Continue reading

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Piano & then GPS

My kids wake up at 6am. They head over to our bed sometime around 5:30 or 5:45 and then we snuggle for the last half hour or 15 minutes before our morning begins at six o’clock. Jacob’s most favorite thing … Continue reading

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Rohn & Rainy Pass

Day 1 (yesterday, Sun. 3/4/12) 2:30pm-3pm. Our mushers left Willow, the official start of the Iditarod Day 2 (today, Mon. 3/5/12) 10:40 pm Lance Mackey (#18) & DeeDee Jonrowe (#17) are at Rohn. 0mph Anna Barrington (#33), Kristy Barrington (#31) & … Continue reading

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Finger Lake

As we were sleeping in our cozy beds, mushers in frigid cold Alaska were running through pitch black darkness. I can’t even fathom what it must be like to be enveloped in the complete black of the night with only … Continue reading

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Like father, like son

Today marked an important day in the Wallis family. It was Jacob’s very first time playing at a baseball game. Considering how much baseball was a h-u-g-e-l-y significant part of Steve’s life, I know that today was a very special … Continue reading

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A satisfying Saturday

What a satisfying Saturday. • Breakfast @ Noah’s Bagels           • Watched the live stream from Alaska of the ceremonial start of the Iditarod. Totally cracks me up- Jacob picked Anna & Kristy Barrington to follow … Continue reading

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knobby pigeon feet

Okay so I just looked up the word “knobby” and its the perfect word to describe what I saw today. “A rounded protuberance; lump” This morning while Jacob was at school, I decided to have some sweet time with Natalie … Continue reading

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