About Kcinnova

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I’m a 45yo SAHM of 4 boys, happily married for 23 years to a soldier in the US Army.  I’ve lived in 4 states (5 if you count Baden-Wurtenburg) and traveled all over the US and part of Europe.   I enjoy music, photography, reading, writing, scrapbooking, and –most of all– my incredible menfolk.

I have a convoluted relationship with my computer.  I appreciate how it helps me keep in touch with friends via e-mail and facebook.  I liked some of the people I ran into while lurking, so I started my own blog so we could be friends.   In the volunteer world, I am learning more about Publisher every month.  And yet, the computer can easily take over “real life” (including time to get everything done in the day, and time I’d like to spend on hobbies), so I’m trying to learn the art of balance.

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6 responses to “About Kcinnova

  1. Holley Padula

    Love your site. My husband is also looking into going into the military……..sigh.

  2. Military wife..SAHM…trying to find balance in the world of bloggers…I totally get you. 🙂

  3. I have the puppy chow recipe you wanted from Bag Lady’s post, but can’t figure out how to get it to you! : )

  4. I also have four sons (one in the army). Nice to meet you. I also have two daughters who balance the testosterone just a bit in my world ; 0.

  5. you left a comment on my blog about changing neighborhoods: “This is what happened to University Avenue in Seattle. Now it is too expensive for the students and struggling artists.”

    I used to hang out on the Ave! I worked at UDub in the mid-80’s and drank at the College Inn and shopped on the Ave. I knew the long lost Blue Moon Tavern well….! Too bad to hear that the Ave has gotten gentrified. I actually lived on Capitol Hill, that crazy gay parade, and hung out in Ernie Steele’s tavern before it was sold and trendified!!

    Times change. I mourn the places I used to live that changed, but when I visit the places I don’t have an emotional connection to and learn about how they changed – it’s almost more interesting, because I can think about economic and social change without having an emotional connection.

    thank you so much for reading my blog. I love your comments.

  6. We found the photo of an old stone barn ( kcinnova.wordpress.com/2008/03/04/) and wanted to know if you took it. If so, we would like to possibly use it as a background for the cover of a book we are publishing. Although we cannot offer you monetary compensation, we would be more than pleased to give you credit as the photographer in the book and to give you credit on our website. Please let me know if you took this photo and if this arrangement is alright with you.
    Best regards,
    Dusty