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happy weekend and some links.

‘The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost …’ Eleanor Roosevelt Although this week has been full of some fun stuff and uh-mazing weather (for up in Canada


Hunter Elias: Your “cheese ball” face.  You are such a little ham. Judah West: You do stuff just to crack us up.  And sometimes, not even on purpose.


Judah West: You love wearing gloves and are a big fan of the snow!  Watching you play makes me feel like I am a kid again.  Never lose your curious nature. Hunter Elias: Your sense for adventure is

simply put.

Life can get so incredibly busy sometimes (like with me lately and our company books!).  And really, it doesn’t matter what you are doing, time never will stop and life will always feel busy


Judah West: your smile can cut through any gloomy day … even the smirky kind. Hunter Elias: these past few weeks, you’ve been waking up mid-nap just to fall asleep on me for the

colorboard / no.35

color: chocolate brown and oatmeals word of inspiration: comfort source of word: If you look for truth, you may find COMFORT in the end; if you look for COMFORT you will not get either COMFORT or

thoughts. things.

nail polishing. I am not one to be known as “loving to paint my nails” as I really like think seeing a natural nail is just as beautiful.  But lately, it’s been nice to add a bit of

education: enlightened experience.

I have never let my schooling interfere with my education .. Mark Twain education [noun]: an enlightening experience How often do we resort back to the rules or “proper form” of something

friday introductions [on a sunday].

I wasn’t going to do a friday introduction this week, but then I thought the question asked this week was a good thing to think through.  And yes, it’s supposed to be a friday post, but

bedside picks.

Just like the rest of my body, when I don’t stretch my brain, it starts to feel achy and is harder for me to do things quickly.  You know those “duh” moments when you can’t


Hunter Elias: you are now 1 year and 2 months old. the word I think of when I see you this week is wonderment. Judah West: you are now 2 years and 7 months old. the word I think of when I see you

a ‘good new year to ya’ post.

Holiday noun: 1. a holy day 2. day of festivity when no work is done Well, maybe number 2 didn’t happen in it’s entirety(!) but it was still a relaxing ‘holy day’ time.  All

welcome here!

Hello friends and welcome to sarahnadineblog’s new look!  I am very excited to share this with you all (as it’s been in the works for awhile now) and to finally have “my own”