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November 29, 2006

Like an addict hoarding his stash, I keep a short stack of books in the corner, ready for the reading. […] [continue…]

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Running and Recovering

November 27, 2006

To Columbia Pike, and back again. Without walking*. Negative split, too. *my rate of speed during the especially hilly sections […] [continue…]

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the everybodyfields

November 26, 2006

I’m fortunate to have several stone-cold, absolutely reliable go-to sources for good music. My brother-in-law is one such person. Often, […] [continue…]

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Brighter Skies

I love the fall– feeling the air turn crisp, and watching the shadows grow longer. It was a special treat […] [continue…]

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Thanksgiving, and Not

November 23, 2006

You take the good,You take the bad,You take them bothAnd there you haveThe facts of lifeThe facts of life. –The […] [continue…]

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November 20, 2006

It feels like there is a power cord that connects me to my little girl. When I get too far […] [continue…]

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Read All Over

November 16, 2006

One of the great parts about spending so much time with Ella is that she sleeps so dang much. Never […] [continue…]

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Understanding My Grief, Part 1

November 14, 2006

The Super Social Workers at Children’s Hospital combined their considerable forces to direct me to this book, which I’m currently […] [continue…]

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Slurpy Girl

All day yesterday, I was wondering why our little girlie was so very fussy and clingy. Upon returning home, her […] [continue…]

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November 13, 2006

Take one (1) child of suitable size and place in a socially acceptable restraint. Microwave a couple of organic sweet […] [continue…]

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November 12, 2006

Today, it’s been two months since we lost our Will. It feels like two years; it feels like two minutes. […] [continue…]

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Real life, perfect weather, great food, good friends, and photos courtesy of The Sniper.

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