Monthly Archive: July 2012

Jul 21

Saguaro National Park West

Southwest Desert

After visiting the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, which is wonderful place by the way, I decided to stop by the western section of Saguaro National Park.  I had already been to Saguaro National Park East and enjoyed my visit there hiking and driving the scenic Cactus Forest Drive so I wanted to see what the western …

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Jul 20

Flora Photography Number 13 – Purple Wildflowers

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On a recent trip to visit Kenny’s Dad and Mom we decided to take M for an evening walk, something we have been enjoying recently. We drove over to a lake near their house, loaded M up in her Baby Bjorn and took off walking through the flower garden at the lake. It was just …

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Jul 19

What Makes Our Marriage Work – Marriage is not a Sprint it’s a Marathon

It's Not a Sprint It's a Marathon

Life goes fast and time does fly but the same is true for what feels super significant at the moment will fade in importance as time goes by.  Why get into an argument over who made whom late to a dinner with friends you probably hardly ever see.  There is no need for insults about recording …

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Jul 18

Top Ten things to do on Oahu

Oahu

Karen and I have been to three different Hawaiian Islands and they all have a special place in our hearts.  If we are ever able to retire we would live there for at least a few years.  The Hawaiian Islands are our definition of paradise.  Oahu was our first trip together and at that point …

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Jul 17

M’s week 6

6 Weeks Photo

6 week photo Oh my goodness, this sixth week brought about a LOT of changes!  Literally in just a couple of days M plumped up, filled out and is no longer a teensy newborn.  She is looking like a little baby now.  She passed the nine pound mark and I finally feel like I can …

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Jul 16

Monday Musing: Playing Politics

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It still cracks me up and is a total waste of time, but everyday now and again I have to check out the comment sections on certain websites.  Politico and Yahoo are my favorite because it seems like it is different people always saying the same thing.  I guess I check it because every now …

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Jul 15

Number 181 Bringing Up Baby (1938)

bringing up baby

Bringing Up Baby is number 181 of our top 200 movie list.  It is directed by Howard Hawks and stars Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn.  Bringing Up Baby is not rated. Karen’s Review Bringing Up Baby is a wonderful comedy of the 1930’s a great time in Hollywood if you asked me.  This is when …

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Jul 14

High Fidelity by Nick Hornby

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High Fidelity by Nick Hornby “What came first, the music or the misery? People worry about kids playing with guns, or watching violent videos, that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I …

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Jul 13

Phoenix Zoo

Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix Zoo, located in Papago Park, is the largest non-profit privately owned zoo in the United States.  It is pretty amazing that no government tax dollars are going to this zoo considering that it operates on 125 acres and has more than 1,300 animals on display.  Within those 125 acres are 2.5 miles of …

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Jul 12

Flora Photography Number 14 – Purple Petunia

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This flora photograph was taken at a local park in their garden area.  Karen and I like to go for walks because it just gives us a chance to get out of the house.  Now with baby M our walks have taken an even greater importance because it might be the only chance all day …

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