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Mom’s Day

Posted on May 16, 2024

For Mother’s Day (Or is it Mothers’ Day?) Sara decided that we should all go to the local minor league baseball game – so we did! The Eugene Emeralds play as an affiliate for the San Francisco Giants at the “Low A” level. The players come and go quickly (if they are good) but the game is the game and the time at the ballpark is always fun. In addition, I looked in the fridge and snapped a photo of salsa. Team Sharp! Play Ball! Green salsa. Yum!

Random snaps –

Posted on March 12, 2024

Some random photos from recent events – robotics competitions have begun, an old no cell phone poster and pandemic shadows of sorts . . . . The South Eugene Robotics Team did very well at the first competition last weekend. The hours have been put in and the enthusiasm is high . . . As seen on a wall at the Oregon State Fairgrounds . . . New favorite snacking crackers/cookies! I do not remember where I saw this, but what a long four years it has been . . . .

Week End

Posted on December 10, 2023

The weekend: Fall Term ended Friday and this weekend we were all home which meant a lot of holiday activities commenced. It was fun, but more to the point I enjoyed that we were all together during the days this weekend. Photos of goings-on below: The front of the house with a few new lights this year. The glowing balls are from my father’s place from many years ago and they still work, which is lovely. The inside of the living room, ready to go for the tree. I like this image – there’s clutter, but also items that mean something. The desk, the stockings made by Sara, my father’s axe from his time in the forest service from the late 1940s and if…

Back to school!

Posted on September 8, 2023

Both Jonah and Nora headed to their prospective schools this week. One late and one early. One less than excited and the other overly so. Late afternoons I often take a short walk and sit near Hayward Field to do a bit of reading. Blue sky, green field and silver skin over the top. It is a lovely start to Fall here in Eugene.