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lamei | 20th Mar 2013 | 一般 | (2 Reads)

A very special visitor came to visit me for a day! Anthony's mom. If you've been a reader for a whilealexander hera wedding, you probably remember Anthony who is a family friend and also willingly helps us with house maintenance jobs such as painting etc alexander hera價錢.


Lorena (Anthony's mom) came to visit him but since he lives with a bunch of guys... Well she wanted to stay with me alexander hera價錢!!!!

I was more than glad to have her!
She is so open and caring. We played scattegories for hours last night and also had private gab sessions:) of mom stuff. It was great! Now she left again to visit her other son in Salem and will be back on Sunday to spend one more night alexander hera wedding!


lamei | 20th Mar 2013 | 一般 | (1 Reads)
A couple weeks ago, Nathaniel was invited to his very first birthday party from school. The birthday girl had her party at Gymnastics Gold, which is perfect the very active three years olds. None of them wanted to leave when it was time to go even though they were all exhausted from running, jumping and tumbling.  I am sure they all slept well that evening---Nathaniel sure did!

The little boy that Nathaniel is playing and sitting with in the photos is his best friend Adam from school. They are pretty much inseparable whenever they are together.

And sometimes I'm convinced my husband wants six children so he can have an "excuse" to act like a kid. Thankfully, they all won't be in the same age like in the photos.

lamei | 20th Mar 2013 | 一般 | (1 Reads)
the school called and said emma was sick and needed me to come get her.
i threw reese in the van and headed straight over.
still new to all this public school stuff i wasn't sure the proper procedure...

i went to the office.
the secretary wasn't there. so i stood, waiting.

two boys, obviously serving detention at a table not far away looked curiously at us.
i got the feeling they wanted to ask me to bust them out! ;)

after a few more minutes of awkward glances between us and the detention boys i decided to forget about the rule of not going anywhere in the school without a supervised person and grabbed reese's hand and headed down the hall.

i rounded the corner to her class.
she was standing there. just outside the door. snow pants and coat on.
her hat pulled down to the top of her eyebrows.
a little bundle of padded up fluff. it made me smile.
she spotted me about then and smiled back.
but as soon as i was close enough i saw the big tears ready to fall in spite of the smile.

i dropped down on one knee and hugged her.
"oh, sweetie.. are you feeling so sick?"
sure that was the reason for the tears.

she shook her head and wiped at her eyes with the back of her hand.
saying quietly as her voice cracked over the words.
"no. i.. was.. j..just.. so.. g..lad.. to.. see.. you."

and i hugged her tight and thought, this.. this is what makes it all worth it!

lamei | 14th Mar 2013 | 一般 | (1 Reads)
In prepared testimony Assistant Attorney General Elana Tyrangiel acknowledged that there were cases in which the government should be required to get a warrant before accessing the content of, for example, stored emails. But at the same time she pushed for wide exceptions to that rule for civil litigators, opening up the possibility that if the law were updated per the DoJ’s wishes, regulatory authorities and civil litigators would be able to gain more access than ever to your emails, Twitter direct messages, and Facebook communications without ever having to go before a judge.

The House Judiciary Committee is chaired by Jim Sensenbrenner, a conservative Republican unlikely to ever give any Obama administration representative the benefit of the doubt.

But the issue of privacy is one of the few domains in which bipartisan agreement is possible. However, as far as I could tell from the live-tweeting of the hearing provided by EFF, Tyrangiel did little to make the government’s case for greater snooping powers.