Category Archives: happiness

So Many Stories

Today, mom is gone having a good respite with good friends.  Dad and I are just hanging out…chillin.  As mom was walking out the door, she says, ‘here’s a box of old photos that you might like to go through.’  … Continue reading

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The wrong kind of milestone

There are happy milestones and sad milestones, some you wait impatiently for and some you hope and pray you never experience.  Dad is experiencing many of the latter and by association we are too.  Today I was reminded of this … Continue reading

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Reflections

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything on this blog.  I’ve written dozens of posts in my head but they just don’t ever seem to make it onto the blog!  🙂  A few days ago, I spent a bit … Continue reading

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Love in little ways…

Love in little ways…. This was written by our daughter, who spent 2 months in S. Africa and Zambia this summer.  She has a blog where she’s blogging about the experiences she had while gone.  This post was just begging … Continue reading

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LBD: Hello, Goodbye/ Hello, Goodbye

Today is New Years Day, 2012.  How incredible.  This year went by in one large blur.  Often I felt like I imagine Rip VanWinkle must have felt when he woke to discover he’d just slept away all those years.  Time … Continue reading

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