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sam-barry's picture
Dec.26.2011
I am a superhero. When I was little I wore my coolest pajamas and a towel cape pinned around my neck and run around the house taking on the evil villains who threatened my family and the human race at large. I did a pretty good job. No one was killed or maimed under my watch. As I grew older, I...
carla-hefley's picture
Jul.27.2011
Here it is, our new shower floor.  They have yet to grout it but this the shower floor.  I'm so excited to finally see something happening.  The floor has started to be laid but has been halted till the shower is done.   We had to wait for the floor part of the shower because it is a no edge...
carla-hefley's picture
Jul.25.2011
Good morning my dear friends! It is Monday, 6:05 AM but I was actually up a 4:45 this morning. Little Clayton's routine is 5 and 5 for his meals so the minute the alarm goes off he is up and ready to get it done. We don't let him jump off the bed because it is so high so he has to get us up and get...
carla-hefley's picture
Jun.16.2011
Tuesday was not a very good day.  Bro asked me to help him with Daddy and the doctor visit.  His back has been an issue and getting Daddy and a wheelchair down two steps has been worrisome for him.  Sure I can help.  First, the wheelchair is a bit old.  In fact, looking through old pictures I found...
carla-hefley's picture
Jun.13.2011
Good morning my dear friends.  Monday morning and I'm moving slow.  I feel like the head is fighting heat and allergies today.  I have to really keep a check on that or a sinus infection will be soon to follow.  I didn't even get up this morning to do cardio as the head felt like lead.  B and I are...
shelley-bueche's picture
Feb.07.2011
I have a confession to make, I am middle-aged. Another confession, I live in (heck I am from) Austin, Texas, Center of the Universe. Austin seems to be on everyone's radar these days, "Best Place to Live," "Best Place to Live, Work, and Raise a Family," "Live Music Capital...
j-p-smith's picture
Jul.17.2010
In a few months I’m going under the knife. Well, actually scalpel, followed by saw. It’s a kind of amputation, though what’s being excised won’t be visible to anyone but a radiologist and airport security personnel. And when the bone and dust is kicked up by the surgeon’s weapon of choice, I will,...