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Update on Steampunk Wedding!

Posted in Steampunk, Wedding with tags , , on August 10, 2012 by Jessica Crichton

Hi all!

I have just received the professional pictures from my steampunk wedding in June, and so I have updated the wedding page here with the new shots! 🙂

Click to View the Pics!


Steampunk Wedding!

Posted in Kids, Steampunk, Wedding with tags , , on July 12, 2012 by Jessica Crichton

So, I finally did it. For everyone who wanted to see pictures / hear about my steampunk wedding, I’ve made a page for it here on my blog! Just click here. I hope you like it!

Now, I’m off to a weekend camping with my hubby and friends! See ya on Tuesday!

Good Morning!

Posted in Spring, Uncategorized, Writing with tags , , , on March 19, 2012 by Jessica Crichton

I have decided and hereby decree, that today will be a good day. It shall be full of productivity in the form of house cleaning — spring style, wedding planning and synopsis writing. And this decree shall go out to all: it’s spring! Be happy! Be productive! Live your dreams today!

That is all.

Entering the Fray… Again

Posted in Family, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on August 11, 2011 by Jessica Crichton

It’s August (as if you didn’t know), which means that a million children are bemoaning the imminent loss of Summer and a million parents are cheering the soon-to-be return of school.

Can you hear it? I can, even though my own little bemoaners are far, far away in a strange land called South Dakota at the moment.

In about three weeks my children will return to my fiance’ and I from their annual summer at Dad’s. Well, all except Emily who will be entering 8th grade, the year which their father has requested they spend with him in order to make an educated choice as to where they will live through high school. My eldest, Cisily, will be returning to me from that same 8th-grade-dad-time last year. She will be entering high school here in Spokane, having made her choice to attend the same school her father and I both did so long ago.

All that is to say I will have four of my five children home with me in less than a month. One will be entering high school, two will be in elementary school (5th and 2nd grades), and one will be going into her last year of preschool. Did I mention I’m also going to graduate school in October and have thrown my professional writing career into full gear this summer?

AND planning a wedding for June. A big wedding. With a theme.


But I look at everything I’ll be doing this coming year, and, once the dust from my head exploding settles, I realize one very important thing: it’s all good! I have five beautiful, healthy children, have been accepted into graduate school to study children’s literature which I adore beyond words, am a professional writer which for me as a child was akin to becoming a superstar, and am getting married to the man of my dreams in a big, family-and-friends-filled wedding extravaganza.

I am so very, very blessed.

So I decided to write this blog, so that when the poo hits the windmill (and it will, I’m sure, many times), I can read this and remind myself… it’s all good.

How is YOUR year looking? 😉

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