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Archive: June

Change of Venue

We’re very hopeful about changing facilities, but cautious, too. Doing so requires patience, as we need to slow down and […] [continue…]

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On Letting Go

June 29, 2006

We resolved last night to make it to rounds this morning. Partly because it’s pretty dang cool to see twenty […] [continue…]

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Sauce

June 28, 2006

I put it on my foodeggs in the morningsandwich at lunchgreens at dinner Louisiana Hot SauceBurns my throatAnd lingers on […] [continue…]

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Permeable Borders

Will and I got a new neighbor tonight. Another very young baby boy, as best I can tell without going […] [continue…]

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An Open Letter

June 26, 2006

Dear Billy Mays: Hey, man. I hope you know that I’m a pretty big fan of the TV genre known […] [continue…]

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Another Graduation

Looks like we’ll be heading to (what’s carefully referred to as) a sub-acute long-term care facility a few blocks from […] [continue…]

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Wandering Home

One of my very favorite writers is Bill McKibben. In his lean and winsome book, Wandering Home, he writes about […] [continue…]

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Midnight

It’s a few minutes after midnight on a Saturday night. I’m sitting on a blue plastic couch that must have […] [continue…]

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My Mojo’s Workin’

June 24, 2006

Cathy is a wonder woman who works in Occupational Therapy. One of those rare souls who are passionate about her […] [continue…]

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Long/Short Night

Will and I camped out last night, listening to music, watching videos, reading books, and watching a thunderstorm out the […] [continue…]

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Graduation Day

June 22, 2006

Looks like today’s the day for Will to leave the ICU and head to the Heart and Kidney Unit (aka, […] [continue…]

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Sharp Eye

June 21, 2006

Some shots I grabbed off of Ryan and Holly’s camera last night…

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Signs of Life

I think I crossed some kind of threshold today… Ella threw up down the front of my shirt. While this […] [continue…]

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