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  • A few days late but we are finally getting around to doing our annual “egg fights”. Per usual, dad won.  I’m convinced he’s cheating. 🤷‍♀️
Jett focused on peeling every egg and then dissecting the yolks out.  I figured it was good fine motor skills 🤷‍♀️ #fourthquarterplayers #betterlatethannever #eggfights #keepingtraditionalive
  • A few days late but we are finally getting around to doing our annual “egg fights”. Per usual, dad won. I’m convinced he’s cheating. 🤷‍♀️
    Jett focused on peeling every egg and then dissecting the yolks out. I figured it was good fine motor skills 🤷‍♀️ #fourthquarterplayers #betterlatethannever #eggfights #keepingtraditionalive
  • 8 2 11 hours ago
  • Sorry for the radio silence my friends. I spent this Easter weekend camping with my family and friends. Each year on Easter weekend we attend a primitive camping healing retreat, as our Tradition. Traditions can be exhausting. To be honest leading up to it, I didn’t want to go. It was going to be hard work and I work hard enough I don’t need new kind of hard work. But we all go. Three generations of best friends come together for this weekend. So I suck it up and get to work. And you know, it’s always worth it. I love these people so much and we work so well being together because we all make efforts like this to be together. That is the importance of Tradition. It gives us all a reason to be together and enjoy each other, and to keep being together. Again and again. So, I spent this past weekend in a real tipi, had delicious healthy meals, easy hikes to a nearby waterfall, and the kids dyed eggs and hunted them later by the creek. It was (as always) a lovely weekend. I’m so grateful for my Traditions. I’ll continue to do the work because the reasons I do it are so important. #vivalatradición #traditions#eastertraditions#tarottribe #tipi#primitivecamping #keepingtraditionalive #yesmama#socal#healinghands#healinghandsschool#healingretreat#happyeaster2019
  • Sorry for the radio silence my friends. I spent this Easter weekend camping with my family and friends. Each year on Easter weekend we attend a primitive camping healing retreat, as our Tradition. Traditions can be exhausting. To be honest leading up to it, I didn’t want to go. It was going to be hard work and I work hard enough I don’t need new kind of hard work. But we all go. Three generations of best friends come together for this weekend. So I suck it up and get to work. And you know, it’s always worth it. I love these people so much and we work so well being together because we all make efforts like this to be together. That is the importance of Tradition. It gives us all a reason to be together and enjoy each other, and to keep being together. Again and again. So, I spent this past weekend in a real tipi, had delicious healthy meals, easy hikes to a nearby waterfall, and the kids dyed eggs and hunted them later by the creek. It was (as always) a lovely weekend. I’m so grateful for my Traditions. I’ll continue to do the work because the reasons I do it are so important. #vivalatradición #traditions #eastertraditions #tarottribe #tipi #primitivecamping #keepingtraditionalive #yesmama #socal #healinghands #healinghandsschool #healingretreat #happyeaster2019
  • 9 0 23 April, 2019
  • My childhood friend is in town visiting for a bit with her family. Lili finally got the chance to meet them today and they all loved each other. Here’s the back story:
My friend Toni’s grandfather and my grandfather were friends. Toni’s mother and my father were friends. Toni’s older brother and sister, and my older brother were friends growing up. Toni and I met when we were baby’s, and have been friends ever since. Now Toni and I have babies and we are going strong with the tradition of keeping them connected. We may not talk everyday and see each other everyday. Life has changed and gotten so busy, but it really is great to know that some people will remain a part of you and your family pretty much forever. .
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#childhoodfriends #generationstofollow #keepingtraditionalive #nowweremommys #soweird #sofun
  • My childhood friend is in town visiting for a bit with her family. Lili finally got the chance to meet them today and they all loved each other. Here’s the back story:
    My friend Toni’s grandfather and my grandfather were friends. Toni’s mother and my father were friends. Toni’s older brother and sister, and my older brother were friends growing up. Toni and I met when we were baby’s, and have been friends ever since. Now Toni and I have babies and we are going strong with the tradition of keeping them connected. We may not talk everyday and see each other everyday. Life has changed and gotten so busy, but it really is great to know that some people will remain a part of you and your family pretty much forever. .
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    #childhoodfriends #generationstofollow #keepingtraditionalive #nowweremommys #soweird #sofun
  • 76 3 22 April, 2019
  • grandma used to make a black forest cake every year for my mom. then when she moved 13 hours away she had someone make one and give it to her on her birthday. So this year I made my first ever black forest cake. wasn't the easiest but I think it turned out pretty good and we will find out for dessert how it really turned out. #blackforestcake #keepingtraditionalive #happybirthdaymom #ididntevenknowwhatkirschwas
  • grandma used to make a black forest cake every year for my mom. then when she moved 13 hours away she had someone make one and give it to her on her birthday. So this year I made my first ever black forest cake. wasn't the easiest but I think it turned out pretty good and we will find out for dessert how it really turned out. #blackforestcake #keepingtraditionalive #happybirthdaymom #ididntevenknowwhatkirschwas
  • 9 0 21 April, 2019
  • It's not Easter unless there is the famous Darkie Lesser's chop casserole done in the camp oven. This delicious delight brought many boys and campers to the banks of the Murrumbidgee ❤❤ #keepingtraditionalive
  • It's not Easter unless there is the famous Darkie Lesser's chop casserole done in the camp oven. This delicious delight brought many boys and campers to the banks of the Murrumbidgee ❤❤ #keepingtraditionalive
  • 13 1 21 April, 2019