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The Living Without Series

This is a series of posts that I wrote back in 2006 on living with less stuff. Check them out: liv011Living #2liv031liv04

Coal Creek Farm on Facebook

The Chicken Doctor


The Architect


Bedroom Chatter

“I need to play my turns, just real quick, the turns, I need to play them” – Clay to April the second she set out to write a new post.

“It’s too heavy on my foot!  Too HEAVY ON MY FOOT!” – April to Clay after he threw the comforter on her side of the bed.

Do you have rubby thighs?” – Clay to Ellen who was wearing her volleyball uniform.  Rubby thighs is their new way of making fun of those awful Spandex pants the girls have to wear for their uniforms.  If I go to Hell that’s what I’ll be forced to wear, I just know it.

“It burns!  It burns reeeeeal bad!  My legs, I got me some razor burn, real bad!” – Ellen to me while pointing to her red splotchy rubby thighs.

“Look at my awesome muscles.  You can’t handle these awesome muscles, with the razor burn!” -Razor Burn Girl..again.

“Do you need me to write all of your posts?” – Clay telling me how to write this post.

“Why don’t you just take over the blog”- Me ignoring his suggestions.

“Bite me!” – Me again…still ignoring.

Sniff, sniff, sniff, sniff, “Ellen, can you smell that?  Oooooh, it’s not good.” – Clay teaching our daughter proper etiquette.

“Ellen told me the other day that we sniff a lot.” – Clay informing me of the great example we have set for our daughter.

“We do sniff a lot…it’s the only way to smell things” – Me, being proper, as always.

“You could just inhale deeply.- Ellen, still so young, so naive.

“Naaaah.” – Clay and me, rightly so.

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