Tag Archives: Flamly

Family Values

Sunday, October 18, 2015 In our entire marriage until now, the only value that Paul and I have managed to establish as a a hard and fast rule in our flamly goes like this: CIRCUSKITCHEN FLAMLY CREED:        … Continue reading

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Pool Daze

Thursday, July 30th 2015 In a summer that is a blinding sea of gigs, it’s a delicious gulp of oxygen between shows to squeeze in a visit to join the family at the local pool.  #pinchme   Of course most of … Continue reading

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Good Morning Funny Face

Friday, February 20th 2015   After kvetching out my angst last night, and finding myself at the bottom of a wine bottle, amazingly I woke up TOTALLY inspired this morning -BEFORE the kids somehow- and laid out a business plan … Continue reading

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Flamly in Flight

Sometimes the travel itself is the best part of the trip. Practice measuring -in inches & cm- on the flight  (aka:  Thank you Activity Bag!): The Angel in the seat behind me, sharing her pretzels: There is now an electronic … Continue reading

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Just A Little Bit

I admit it;  I have it ALL.  I get it.  I mean, if you know me, you know I pinch myself every day in near disbelief over how good we have it.  Especially now that we have the HOME.  And … Continue reading

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Mom I Was Thinking

GAVIN (at the dinner table, eyeing his sister): Mom?  I was thinking.  We should have only ONE kid in this flamly.  And it should be ME. (Paul and I look at each other.) GAVIN (continues):  Eeny miny MOE! Catch a … Continue reading

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