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Nichole's WW journal




the books of 2007
  • "The Children of Men"
  • "A Spot of Bother"
  • "At First Sight"
  • "The Night Gardener"
    the books of 2006
    books to read


    The Best Ribs
    Dad's Ever Had
  • Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville
  • The Alton Brown recipe Nichole made
  • The ribs at that place in Branson
  • Carolina Barbecue
  • FireBonz
  • ...

    Sunday, July 02, 2006

    Two Peas in a Pod

    I have to admit it: When I first saw what this week's Sunday Scribblings prompt was, my immediate thought was of Two Peas in a Bucket, a Web site dedicated to scrapbooking.

    But then I glanced over at the bed in this hotel room in Terre Haute, Indiana. My husband and my daughter. Piper with one hand on the day's first bottle and the other playing with her father's ear, her hair sprouting up from the top of her head. Alex dozing off just a little with his arm firmly wrapped around his girl.

    I don't have time to say more. But I don't really need to, either.

    They're my most favorite peas.

    posted by Nichole @ 8:17 AM  

    . . . . . comments . . . . .

  • paris parfait says, "Sweet peas! Lovely post." (6:53 PM, July 02, 2006)  

  • alyndabear says, "I am SO glad that someone else besides me thought of the Two Peas website. My mother is a huge scrapbooker and visits there regularly!

    Sounds like you have two gorgeous peas!

    -Aly" (7:41 PM, July 02, 2006)  

  • Going For Greatness says, "Such a lovely visual of Father-Daughter bonding!
    ~ Gabi" (7:38 AM, July 03, 2006)  

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