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Archive for May 17th, 2008

Two Beautiful Boys

Saturday, May 17th, 2008

Kristi‘s two beautiful boys stopped to say hi to me at the East Lansing Art Fair. Actually, Daddy was there (and Kristi), too… but I can’t help over-focusing on the babies.

This photo shows them in a nutshell. Babe on left, observing. Babe on right, trying to escape as he charms the world. I adore them both. And their parents, too.


Kristi and I met on the Internet. Really. Despite media worries to the contrary, I’ve met some really important people in my life on the Internet.

I don’t frequent the “hey Baby” chatroom, maybe that is why??? Could be. Instead I hang out with other knitters and self-employed people online. And I’ve had a couple of friends since I think 1997 who I met this way. Who I still stay in contact with, some several times a week. Just sayin’.

If I’d been worried about such things, I’d have missed out on these spectacular people who are now important to me. I’m so glad I knew better.

Sweetie-licious Pie Pantry

Saturday, May 17th, 2008

I took my friend April and her daughter, Isabel, out a few days before Mother’s day. We went to Sweetie-licious pie pantry (also known as Sweetie Pie’s). They are a blue-ribbon pie-making kitchen which also has beautiful lunches. April had never been there. April loves food, loves cooking. It was a great treat to take her.


My mom likes fruit pies a lot, and since I would not see Mom for Mother’s Day I got her a pie and left it at her house for her to discover when she did get home.

We had a wonderful time. The ladies at this spot are really proud of their food and the environment they have created for their customers. It is a joy to be in their presence.

The shop is in downtown DeWitt, one town north of Lansing. It’s worth the drive, my friends.