Monthly Archives: September 2010

New Beginnings

Anyone that reads Wandering Thoughts probably knows that our daughter, Abbi was born on Wednesday.  It still amazes me how spectacular the whole experience is and has been.  We’re all adjusting quite well and survived our first night at home. … Continue reading

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Let’s Go Buf…

It’s tough being a Buffalo Bills fan.  I can still remember being in high school, being glued to the television only to be disappointed by the “Wide Right” field goal attempt.  I remember immediately turning off the television and calling … Continue reading

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Time to vote…again.

This has nothing to do with the elections that will be held in November.  Last week, I posted The Puzzle is Done which concluded with a poll asking when you thought Baby Purvis would arrive. Well, the due date is … Continue reading

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If I hadn’t heard it at the OBGYN office

Like anything else, pregnancy has its own vernacular and jargon.  My mind is simple.  If I hear a word and don’t know what it means, my brain automatically relates it to either sports, music, or food. Many of the terms … Continue reading

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The puzzle is done!

Some months ago, Emiley decided to start a puzzle.  She would work on it every so often.  Meanwhile, the end of our dining room table had stray pieces waiting for their place among the other angular counterparts.  Dinner guests had … Continue reading

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Too many events?

As everyone, including myself, was remembering the events of 9 years ago, where they were, those that were lost, and those that worked and volunteered on that day, there were a bunch of other events going on. The Town of … Continue reading

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Endorse This

For the longest time, I thought the most annoying part of any election season was the combination of the TV ad spots and the scattering of signs on yards and at busy intersections.  Now, I seem to be more bothered … Continue reading

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