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Monthly Archives: July 2008

Moving right along…

Well, today we got good news… Jake received his conditional release from the Alaska Air National Guard giving him permission to transfer to the Coast Guard. We’ve been waiting for it since mid June! His release date is October 1st. That means that if all goes according to plan, he’ll be swearing in with the…

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Weekend with the family…

Most of my sisters homeschool their children (Amanda is the lone public school holdout) and we enjoy swapping ideas. Last spring we were all talking about A Thomas Jefferson Education by Oliver DeMille. It struck a chord with each of us and we’ve started using the principles in our homes. Last summer Tammy and I…

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Prayers

You know how sometimes you say, “Keep us in your prayers.” or “Say a prayer for me.”? Well, I met this neat gal on a Coast Guard forum. She and her family are new to the Coast Guard (her husband is in training right now) and they have 4 kids similar ages to ours and…

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Offer accepted

Well, we’ve accepted an offer on our home. I’m not quite sure how I feel about that. I’d feel better if we were making money (totally an Amy statement!), but with the market being what it is and the amount we’ve put into the house (plus the short time we’ve been here), we’re excited that…

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Family Photos

During the Earle Family Reunion we had my bestest friend Kimberly Lowry take our pictures. Didn’t they turn out amazing? I just love them! I especially love the one with the cousins and Auntie Amy… (P.S. for the family: The discs will be mailed out soon.)

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Priorities

Yee-Haw! There are still a few touch-ups to do but we are this close to being finished! Here is Megan’s cute son Thomas and my cute namesake Abigail Celeste Isn’t that smile contagious? We had our Leadership Education Colloquium last night. We discussed The Walking Drum by Louis L’Amour. It was a great discussion. One…

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