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photos galore, words-a-few ...

bethany

a lot of words spoken lately, though not many written.  many thoughts, many ideas, many late nights (and late mornings).  lots of beauty found, but not much shared, yet ...

today's ice storm provided plenty of choices though ...

and lots of fun ...

 shh ... they're actually working together ...

shh ... they're actually working together ...

as did valentines day ...

 (I really DO get the best cards)

(I really DO get the best cards)

 and the plates were licked clean ...

and the plates were licked clean ...

after a valentine's breakfast, the next 2.5 hours were taken up with the treasure hunt that keren masterminded, and had worked on for several nights in a row.  11 clues, 2 boys, many puzzles, one stumper of a stereogram, the earning of clues by solving rebus word puzzles ...

... and finished up by finding the treasure of coconut chocolate fudge buried in the freezer.  a most welcome treat :).

we've also managed a few outings, to the sun sphere from Knoxville's hosting of the World's Fair in 1982 ...

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knoxville's art museum ...

 I loved this one ...

I loved this one ...

... and multiple visits to the local park. 

we also finished up some stonework.

 re-edging the circular drive

re-edging the circular drive

there's been a lot of beauty, despite the frequent thrashing of ideas and plans and desires.  learning to find the fun, no matter what.  finding out what really matters, by digging in the corners of our hearts that we haven't been able to see for all the clutter of life-as-we-knew-it.  it appears that emptying is necessary, before there can be a re-filling ... and the finding of new patterns and new places.  a redefining of who we are, and what we really want, before we move on from here.  very very thankful to have a peaceful, warm, happy home in which to do it.

onward.

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