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Archive for March, 2009

I still

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on July 10, 2004)
…have nothing to blog about. La di da di da. I do have a new favorite book store—Half Price Books. I had never been and my mother-in-law took me there last week. Heaven on earth!
I got 10 books for only 30 dollars. Wow! Now that I know how to get there my mother-in-law is going to watch the kids so I can go alone. It is kind of hard to be in “heaven” when the kids are asking…”Are you done yet?”
What books did I get? Glad you asked…
If You Want to Write by Brenda Ueland
Them Bones by Carolyn Haines
Death of a Postmodernist by Janice Steinberg
Goose In a Pond by Earlene Fowler
Crewel World by Monica Ferris
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells
Wild Mountain Thyme by Rosamunde Pilcher
To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf
Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
Marrying the Mistress by Joanna Trollope
Now to find time to read again.
Copyright Natalie Rose York

Flower Girl

Monday, March 16th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on July 9, 2004)

Copyright Natalie Rose York

when we dream…

Saturday, March 14th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on July 7, 2004)

When we dream alone it remains only a dream. When we dream together, it is not just a dream. It is the beginning of reality. ~ Dom Helder Camara

Copyright Natalie Rose York

I’ve got nothing blogworthy

Friday, March 13th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on July 6, 2004)
But in case you too have ever wondered…SNAFU predates computer chatroom acronyms. It’s military shorthand for “Situation Normal, All F’d Up”
That’s all for today. Back to your regularly scheduled blogging.
Copyright Natalie Rose York

Dial up…

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on July 5, 2004)
sucks…for lack of a better word. It is taking me forever to stay on top of my email so I don’t have time to read all the blogs in blogland. The girls have been extra chatty. So I’m counting down the days until I get my DSL back…eight days! Can I make it? It is like being tempted with chocolate on the first day of a new diet? Can I make it?! Will I be able to resist the draw of the blogs and emails?! Maybe if I just read one blog a day…no that won’t work. Waaaahhhhhhhh!!!!!!! And I haven’t finished a book in three days. What is a girl to do?!
Copyright Natalie Rose York

Pardon the interruption.

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

I’m breaking in today to catch up on preparation for a couple events which will be happening in early June.
In case you didn’t catch Jen’s comment, I’ll repeat it here:

Thanks for posting the call for a great picture of Nattie. I have saved this photo on my computer and sent it in to get processed. It didn’t turn out too bad. If anyone has found a good picture of Nattie or was able to break into her photo files, please send me some.
A library update: We have the bookshelves up and are starting to fill them with books currently. They look a bit bare, but we will get there. We have a computer for all to use, some lounge chairs and a couple of smaller half-round tables in there. We are still working on pegs for hanging jackets and stuff like that. We have someone painting roses in the room (as she is Nattie Rose). We are planning the dedication to be done during children’s week which is the first week of June.
Thanks again for all your help. I will keep you posted on the progress.—Jen Lewis


Happy Belated 4th of July

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on July 4, 2004)
This weekend has been crazy busy. Hubby had a rare three-day weekend so my normal “schedule” is all off kilter too. He is back to work tomorrow so I hope I can get caught up on emails and blogs then. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend and are thankful for the freedoms this crazy country provides.
“God bless you and utterly satisfy your heart…with Himself.” ~ Amy Carmichael
Copyright Natalie Rose York

Soul mates

Monday, March 9th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on July 2, 2004)
I’m not gaga over Orlando like some people I know. I do think he is a handsome man, but apparently we are soul mates. Here is an article someone sent me…

Orlando Bloom was nearly killed a few years ago when he fell three floors from a friend’s apartment and broke his back. Doctors were not sure Orlando Bloom would ever walk again, but 12 days after an operation, he walked out of the hospital on crutches. Since then, Orlando Bloom broke a rib falling off a horse on the “The Lord of the Rings” set. Other injuries Orlando Bloom has incurred include breaking his nose, breaking both his legs, an arm, a wrist, a finger, a toe and cracking his skull three times.


Oh Dear…

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on July 1, 2004)
I’m back to blogging and I have nothing to say. Should I blog about…
~ my car being in the shop?
~ Or maybe I should blog about the laundry I folded today?
~ Or maybe I should blog about how my exercise bike makes my tushy fall asleep?
~ Or about how messy my children are?
~ Or about how glad I am to be getting email again?
~ Or about how very very tiny I feel some days (not physically of course) just in the scheme of things?
~ Or about how I am Alice in Wonderland who has eaten the wrong muffin and keep getting bigger and bigger instead of smaller and smaller?
~ Or about my limited graphics program that is giving me fits when I try to make a new banner for my blog?
Well, nothing strikes my fancy so I’ll just go and read your blogs. They best be about something more interesting than mine. 🙂
Copyright Natalie Rose York

I’m having a surreal moment

Friday, March 6th, 2009

(Originally published by Nattie on June 21, 2004)
I’m sitting at my computer and blogging for the first time in ages. Is this real? Am I dreaming?
Life has been crazy. We finally unsnarled a huge snaffoo (how do you spell that?) with our phone company. We hadn’t been billed for 3ish months and they disconnected us. Hello?! If you don’t bill me, I don’t pay you. I wasn’t thinking about it. So I’ve been in the land of the pioneers—no phone, no Internet. Well, that may be a bit extreme…we still had a tv and a cell phone, but I had to *gasp* drive all the way to the library…a whole two miles (uphill both ways) and sit in a hard chair and check my email. Oh, the horror!!!