March 2009

The Spring Winds Blow

by Edie Wadsworth on March 9, 2009

In my twisted logic, spring equals a can of white spray paint and some comfy flip flops.  So while my girls recited  ”The Wind” by Robert Louis Stevenson, I braved the March wind with a can of spray paint and anything I could find in my house that looked worn and wintry.  Enjoy my spring […]


Music and lyrics and one proud mama……..

by Edie Wadsworth on March 6, 2009

There’s nothing quite like sitting at a concert and listening to your son sing and play.  I am so proud of him and so blessed to be his mama.  And I couldn’t be happier that he’s surrounded by such a talented and funny and committed group of guys.  So, given the fact that  you and […]

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……and just like that, he was gone.

by Edie Wadsworth on March 4, 2009

My time is running out. I feel the pressure of the days swiftly being hurled at me like an oncoming freight train. He graduates in 86 days. And I’m not ready. Not by a long shot. But as I gather the pictures and cards and awards and songs to try and make some memories live […]

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Greek Goddess Frittata

by Edie Wadsworth on March 3, 2009

As my faithful readers know, the girls and I are studying the golden age of Greece. I have renamed myself Hestia, the goddess of hearth and home. We’re painting grecian urns, memorizing lists of the gods and goddesses, learning about Odysseus and the parthenon, and making salt maps of Crete. And now I give you […]

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Do you have a visceral reaction when you see the Ten Commandments posted in public? Are you an advocate for having them posted in public places, with the thought that it somehow constitutes a sort of victory for christianity? Maybe I’m just a particularly sinful example of a christian, but my visceral reaction to seeing […]

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