Last night, after the kids and I left the concert a little early, we decided to check out the gorgeous sunset at Onondaga Lake.

A good decision.  We weren’t the only ones taking pictures either.  One could not resist getting out the camera. It was incredible.

I didn’t have my camera, so unfortunately they are taken on the iPhone, but hopefully you can still see how beautiful it was.













McKie Sports Onsite Rentals at Onondaga Lake Park

July 20, 2014
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If you’ve been to Onondaga Lake Park, and I know most of you have, you have surely seen the multi-person bikes that are up and down the path. Some people have smiles on their faces, some people can’t stop laughing at themselves as they try to pedal a the same time as their partners, and […]

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Our Last Stop…Saratoga and Troy, NY

July 14, 2014
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It’s been a week of random illness in this family and I am finally getting to post where we went on our last somewhat-local trip for vacation/staycation. My brother lives in Schenectady, so we decided to spend the 4th of July in Saratoga and stay over night with them, and then head to Troy the […]

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A Trip North…

July 6, 2014
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The week has gotten away from me and I completely forgot to post the pictures from our Monday might trip up to Oswego. My husband spent a lot of time there in his youth with his grandmother, and he is always asking if we can take a ride up to the lake. So we took […]

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Thornden Park… Our Next Stop

July 3, 2014
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Our middle child had an appointment at the the hospital yesterday, so I decided to take the others to Thornden Park for their first visit, while she was there with Dad. We saw the E.M. Mills Memorial Rose Garden.. still in bloom, but for next year, I know to show up a little earlier in […]

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Next Stop… Howe Caverns

July 2, 2014
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Although I didn’t go on this trip, because it’s not exactly wheelchair accessible, the husband and our oldest went yesterday to Howe Caverns. The drive was long, but the fun great. They loved it! Despite not realizing ahead of time that it is 50 degrees down below!

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Life In Liverpool Is On Staycation

July 1, 2014
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Normally when my husband is on vacation, the whole family packs up and heads out somewhere. Despite the chaos of traveling with 3 kids, a wheelchair, and half of our sanity, we still try to get the kids and ourselves out to see something in the world. My husband thankfully has an extra week of […]

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Geese, Geese And More Geese By Onondaga Lake

June 21, 2014
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Yesterday, the kiddos and I went to the lake. We had several friends come to join us. They may leave major messes behind that are so much fun to try and avoid, but they are super cute and their ability to follow in line is quite incredible. I know some might find them annoying, but […]

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Make-A-Wish of Central New York

June 15, 2014
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Hi Friends! As a special needs mom, in an ever-growing special needs community, I felt that this was an important post to share with all of you. This Thursday, June 19th, at 10am, there will be an gathering at the local Make-A-Wish Central New York office, for anyone and everyone who wants to come to […]

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Enjoying My Backyard…

June 11, 2014
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I’ve been missing lately. Sort of. Not at the computer as much, but rather enjoying, and working in my backyard. I got a slow start, but the plants are coming up beautifully. My peas are messy and tangled, but looking good! Of course my tomatoes are always a sight to see. They photograph so well.. […]

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