Wife of an Englishman, mom of a Jayhawk, reader, lover of films & other people's cooking.

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Oh Google image search, how you amuse me. Search "budget overrun" (for project mangaement presentation)...get this

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Mother's Day gift idea? #notformymom #originalcopythough

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Please tell me this is a typo on our work cafe's menu for the grill special of the week.

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This is my current desktop photo. I like to pretend it's me and in another life.

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Hey , saw this on Smitten by Britain's blog and thought of you. #tea

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This beautiful feline photo, taken by is currently gracing my desktop (Mom & Dad's cat).

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Glowing fish anusus! My brother Matt, who works at the Field Museum started a new blog:

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Just this. Me in 3rd grade. #worstshagcutever

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Thought I'd get a clue from fb on what daughter might like for her birthday. These are her interests. #really

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Walking better than caffeine? Nice try, but I'm not convinced. ;)

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"She waited daily for caffeine to be declared illegal..." -Anne Tyler (from Saint Maybe) #bookquotes

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Now I see why I love ampersands so. An ampersand's mirror image is a cursive S. Nice.

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I'm thankful for that. Here's a pic of all the women: me, my mum, daughter's stepmom, daughter, stepmom's mom, dad's mom.v

This still makes me smile. Thanks

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ha! Yes, we love a cream tea. Here's one we enjoyed in Port Isaac a couple weeks ago:

And them some. See for yourself...

And them some. See for yourself...

Watching Inspector Lewis, and gloating over the fact we were there, in Oxford, just three days ago.

Spent 10 days in jolly 'ol England, visiting husband's family & going round the countryside. Jug found here