Monthly Archives: July 2010

Will you be the one?

If I could write half as well as you all think I can, there would still be a gap in my ability to express what these last two weeks have been like. I’ve had all three kids with me.  We’ve spent … Continue reading

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Will you be the one?

If I could write half as well as you all think I can, there would still be a gap in my ability to express what these last two weeks have been like. I’ve had all three kids with me.  We’ve spent … Continue reading

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The beginning of The First’s.

I don’t even know how to begin an entry, anymore.  These past few weeks have been filled with Busy. Gregory had his surgery on the first.  They removed his Hickman central line and place a port.  They also replaced his … Continue reading

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The beginning of The First’s.

I don’t even know how to begin an entry, anymore.  These past few weeks have been filled with Busy. Gregory had his surgery on the first.  They removed his Hickman central line and place a port.  They also replaced his … Continue reading

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Getting this out so I can REALLY write.

I wrote this a few weeks back and didn’t feel like finishing/posting it.  Here it is, for posterity.  I think I wrote it the weekend of June 19/20. I’ve been sitting here, debating about writing.  I usually have Sarah McLachlan … Continue reading

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Getting this out so I can REALLY write.

I wrote this a few weeks back and didn’t feel like finishing/posting it.  Here it is, for posterity.  I think I wrote it the weekend of June 19/20. I’ve been sitting here, debating about writing.  I usually have Sarah McLachlan … Continue reading

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