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Week Two ~ Ups, Downs, Downs, a Half-Up, Downs, Ups

The most confounding summer cold in the history of viruses is still hanging around. Summer colds are especially cruel. There were a few days this week we did nothing but watch movies and play video games while beauty pranced around outside. Show-off!

A few of us managed to get out and have some fun, […]

Revisiting that Rather

By now, we’d have a newborn. But we don’t.

This is what I wrote on February 29, 2008–Four years ago, today. The summer before, I lost a baby that had been due in February 2008. When I wrote the post, I focused on what the day actually looked like, rather than what the day […]