a journey of preparation
A beautiful couple of girls you have there. Keaton will be teaching Salem lots of fun things in no time!
I've been enjoying your posts for some time...gosh, she's beautiful! You are a very lucky man. And I know you know it. That's what is so amazing about the whole thing....the awareness of the awareness of it. That's what knocks your socks off. It just doesn't get any better than that and then...it does. And it does.... again. And yet....again. And then you know, that you don't know. You don't know anything. And then you can relax, and look into those little eyes, whisper into those little ears, tug on those little toes, wake up! I'm here! I'm hear! I hear you! Yes, I am you! Gosh, you're beautiful! I am a lucky man! Thank you. Pumpkin!
you are Blessed. funny bit, my baby girl, now two, was conceived march 6, 05. ps i like you new layout.
Beautiful children, Aaron! Thanks for all of your thoughtful posts.
Congratulations!I've been reading your blog for about a year and a half, and it was this blog that first sparked me into taking action regarding peak oil and food security.I've now got chickens, a half dozen fruit trees and an urban forest garden- and I love the time I spend out there. I've inspired at least one friend to do the same already, and I'm teaching the kids in my neighborhood where food comes from.My kids are also sapced about two years apart, and I can tell you that you're going to be BUSY! I hope you still get the chance to write often.
Congratulations!! Salem is beautiful! Hope we get to meet her soon.
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