It’s all personalI'm Kim and I have a few blogs (and perhaps an issue with over sharing, and too much time on my hands). My other two projects are www.fiftyfiftyvision.com and www.thisisplanbe.com. I also tweet at https://twitter.com/TheKimTackett and instagram at http://instagram.com/kimtackett. But here, it's all personal. I show up once a week, sometimes less, never more. I don't have a niche or a purpose or a plan. Just a few stories and pictures. Welcome to my personal space.
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Good wine, good talk, good friends, good date, good news. And it’s only Saturday morning. Finally!
Alex is getting a new passport. She’s leaving the country a month before her old one expires, and she’s ready for the grownup version. This is what was weird: She didn’t need my help. Or my signature. She’s 18, you … Continue reading
From the Portland artist, Katie Daisy. See her stuff here.
Alex has been in a cake baking competition with her friend Haley. Last week Alex made red velvet cupcakes decorated as water polo balls to celebrate Haley’s signing to play at UC Davis. Yesterday Haley brought this to the Varsity … Continue reading
This weekend I took a $5.00 bill and paid a visit to the SPCA Thrift Store. I haven’t been there for several weeks (it was around the corner from the old studio and I used to pass it every day). … Continue reading
The rain cooperated with our gardening plans this weekend and we were able to have a yard and a half of top soil delivered Sunday morning. Steve was pretty excited about the dump truck (though he may have been more … Continue reading
I think it’s clear that I am moving into that phase where youngest-child-is-preparing-to-leave-home-and-everything-is-sentimental. Alex’s new cleats came yesterday and the sight of them on the kitchen table made me whimper, just a little. Steve has been buying her cleats for … Continue reading
Oh. I fear it is maturity, or something of the sort. I am a Potty Mouth. I take great joy in swearing. My daughters cuss (my husband, not so much). I have even taught my mother to do it, though … Continue reading
Source: Magpie Paperworks.