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My big Dad

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU, HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR DAAAAAAD HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!!! You were three days late of a tax reduction. A man already grown in Marcias womb. Once, a person stopped your to-be mother on … Continue reading

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Halloween and a broken nose

Wind whistled through my shirt, making it flap against my skin. The exhilaration of the ground coming up at me made my heart beat faster. I panted and took in the air charging at my mouth. Standing on Grandmas swing, … Continue reading

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Writing about writing and reading

Grinning, I rushed into the kitchen waving a messy paper. The writing on it could hardly be recognized. Squiggles and blotches covered the whole page. I proudly set it on the table, and called everyone to come and look. My … Continue reading

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Nathan Juggles

We found this video hiding on our computer from last year. We don’t know why it was hiding. There’s nothing to be ashamed about… but we will let the viewer decide. Also, Nathan would like to add: “I hope you … Continue reading

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The Silver Fish

Performed by Renae for a play at E.C.A., Spain. Age 13, May, 2007 While fishing in the blue lagoon, I caught a lovely silver fish, And he spoke to me, “My boy,” quoth he, “Please set me free and I’ll … Continue reading

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Come and view pictures of all our travels! Click the pic for an advert to the site. Very subtle indeed This portfolio mostly focuses on travel photos. Hope you enjoy seeing the pictures as much as I did taking them!

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Playin’ the drums

Boy howdy has this turned into a photo blog. Anyway, found this picture, enjoy Thats me, about a year and a half ago on drums… Sorry for the interruption. Where were we? Venice? Actually now we are in France. Oh … Continue reading

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Pourin’ Asturian Sidra

Aaaww… a refreshing glass of Sidra. Throughout our travels and adventures it is not uncommon to “try something new”. Pouring and drinking Sidra falls into this category. The art of this culinary activity begins first with pouring the Sidra from … Continue reading

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