Monthly Archives: August 2011

Falling Books and Abandoned Undergarments: A Week of Natural Disasters

I decided today to join the ranks of many others out here in the east coast in eagerly recounting my own harrowing tales of the natural disasters of the past week. I would like to pause and recognize anyone reading … Continue reading

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Kevin and Genevieve

Do you remember my wonderful second family with whom I went to Arizona? Several weeks ago Genevieve, the youngest daughter got engaged. I happened to be up visiting them the weekend it happened and I was thrilled when Gen asked … Continue reading

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An American Capital

My new house has been cleaned, drilled, decorated, and filled. When the Stone clan moves a child it is very reminiscent of one of those intense home design shows where people attack a space and it emerges totally transformed two … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Home

The fact that I am moving to D.C. in the morning necessitates an entire post in tribute of Kentucky, which is truly the greatest state. Recently Lyman and I went to Friday lunch at Beaumont Inn with our grandparents and … Continue reading

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The Summer Recap, i.e the Summer Reading List

I realize that teachers are notoriously a complaining bunch. Yes we have to put up with the world’s offspring, but honestly, it is a wonderful job. When I was reading about all of the teachers rioting because their pensions were … Continue reading

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Mario and Nicole

Right after arriving home from France, I was able to photograph the wedding celebration of Mario and Nicole, whom  I met through my roommate this past year. They were married in Louisville with earlier in the day, had a big … Continue reading

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A Hair Affair

Let’s talk about hair. Sometimes I think that my life can be best understood by examining the evolution of my hairstyles. The first ten years of my life were defined by that friend of all little girls with big hair, … Continue reading

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