Up Go the Lights

We were blessed with some nice weather on Saturday, as well as some free time, so the boys and I took a couple of hours to put up the outside Christmas lights. Nothing over the top, but enough to say Merry Christmas to our neighborhood.

The week we taught Miss P to walk on a leash.

This week was interesting, you see last week I decided that our lovely house cat Miss P needed some outdoor action.  However we couldn't just let her out, we have a busy road nearby and we have already lost one cat (R.I.P. Koby Kat) so we needed an idea. People walk dogs an leashes, why cant we walk cats?  Why not lets give it a try.  I popped over to Amazon and found several pages of cat leashes.  YAHOO!   The

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A Valentine’s Day Birthday

My son Brandon has the distinction of being born on Valentine's Day.  A day of love and romance.  However back on this day in 2003, my lovely wife was working hard to push this little guy out. [caption id="attachment_229" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Celebrating 14 years on Valentine's Day[/caption]   However, somehow my lovely wife Pamela loses out on her Valentine's because we are always celebrating Brandon's birthday.  Every year she forgoes the romance of dinners diamonds and luxury getaways to ensure

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King of the Hill

Danny Brewington, sledding

January brings with it snow here in Colorado; this kind of weather is to be expected in January.  This morning we woke to a fresh coat of soft snow.  After a quick clean of our driveway and sidewalks, the boys and I decided to hit the big hill next to the middle school. To our surprise, we were the first to hit the hill.  The Brewington Boys will be the first, kings of the hill, trailblazers making the first grooves in the freshly fallen

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A Day In School

This week I decided to write about a day in my life. In my opinion, school is boring, but it will help you improve your life in the long run. On Tuesday, I had a science test about chemical changes. I missed only one questions, so I got a 96. After science, I had Intro to Robotics, where I get to mess around and have fun with my friends. An hour and a half later, I headed toward the Mac

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The Week I Got Sick

Home Sick

[caption id="attachment_187" align="alignright" width="234"] I feel the storm coming[/caption] It doesn't  happen often but when it does everyone in the family knows when daddy gets sick.  It started a few weeks ago when Danny and EV became ill, as good parents my wife and I stayed home and took care of them in shifts. I am going to be honest with you when I was younger getting a cold turned me into a big baby.  I remember the early mornings laying in

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Ho Ho Ho

Christmas is the holiday that I enjoy most. It's so exciting to pick presents for each of the people that I love and try to spread happiness and joy all month long. This year is my second Christmas living in the States. It makes it even more spectacular because, in Chile, Christmas is in the middle of the summer, so everything I have ever watched in movies and cartoons since I was a child was a dream. The States has first place

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The Train

This week my family and I were decorating the house getting it ready for Christmas, and my job was to put the star on top of the tree and to put together the mechanical "Train" that goes under the tree.  So first I tried it out, and it turned out great, but then slowly it went down hill. A piece came off the I could not put it back so I asked my dad if he could fix it but he

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