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It’s been 10 years of wedded bliss for Yoli and me!
we wrote letters and raked leaves we pleaded and prayed we vowed in Santa Cruz and signed in Coral Gables we made babies and bunuelos we gained family and friends and facebook we lost tios and tias and little Jubilee … Continue reading
After six years, Yoli has finally gotten her due. Her caramel apple pie won the “All-American Pie Contest” with at the Ferguson Farmers Market on Saturday.
Every year my mom has a lovely Christmas tree at her house. She and dad usually pick one out from a tree farm the day after Thanksgiving. This year, though, they are several states away, and we decided to get … Continue reading
Today I took Jadzia to the Challenger Learning Center in Ferguson to have a space mission. It was a surprise that Yoli had long wanted to give to her. The timing was good since we just visited the Houston Space … Continue reading
That’s right! At last, Yoli is a licensed driver. It’s been a long journey (she got her learner’s permit back in Feb. 2010), but we are very proud of her accomplishment!
Regular readers of this blog know that reading aloud is a big thing in the Renaud Empire. We have gone through many children’s books over the past couple years, including “The Hobbit” twice. For quite some time I have harbored … Continue reading
Well, you do what Yoli did: Build a big wall of cardboard boxes. (This isn’t just any wall, by the way. The large box on the left is supported by a sort of bridge which allows air to come up … Continue reading