Monthly Archives: April 2012

121/366: Sunrise

Because I’m an early riser and workout fanatic, I see lots of sunrises. Here is one of my recent viewings, which I also think is among the best sunrises I’ve shot with this iPhone. Continue reading

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120/366: Hoya Saxa!

It’s not every day that I run into a fellow Georgetown alum. I saw this license parked next to me at the local grocery and had the fortune to run into the driver. She’s got multiple Hoya alumni in her family and it was great to meet her. Continue reading

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119/366: Avian Hunter

Noah and I stumbled upon this heron as we walked home from the library. As we watched, the heron took two slow steps and then launched his attack on the fish. My son was super excited to see the heron take off with the fish in its mouth. Continue reading

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118/366: 3rd Grade Rainforest

The 3rd grade students at my school study the rainforest as part of their unit on habitats. Here is the artwork created by them to adorn the hallway. Continue reading

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117/366: Family Dinner

The best part of grilling is making enough for a second night’s dinner. Grass-fed beef burgers, vegetable smoothies and fun times with my kids= perfect night. Continue reading

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116/366: Grass-fed beef is good

Homemade burgers made from grass-fed beef, onions, garlic and peppers. Yum! Continue reading

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115/366: 5th Grade Night

Here are our 5th grade students performing “Shh, We’re Writing the Constitution” for their families. Continue reading

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