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Days 5 & 6 - Project 365 +

Day 5 - Kaleb had a dentist appointment. Since I was too chicken to take my camera in and ask Dr. Orth if I could take his picture, his "signage" will have to do.Day 6 - Muffin and Abby - lovin' my space heater...Well, it's back to work tomorrow. I've truly enjoyed my two days off. I wish it were in my future to live a life of leisure at home...but unless we win the lottery - that ain't gonna happen! And quite honestly, I'm thankful I have a job, especially with the woes of the newspaper industry these days.


Peggy said…
Love the 365 idea. I need to be better about taking pictures. Since I got a digital camera I don't take as many pictures. Doesn't make any sense I know.
Julie said…
Hey, Linda!
Julie Mah here.
We go to the same dentist! My husband's childhood dentist was his uncle, Charles Orth. The kids go see Dr. Brad, too. Small world!
Linda J said…
We used to go to Charles too. We love Brad! He and his wife just had their third child!
Julie said…
I was just there Monday for my six-month exam. He showed me their Christmas photo. So cute!

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