Monthly Archives: September 2012

How COULD I forget?

When Gregory was well enough after transplant for us to return HomeHome, we came back to the Spokane area and moved into our family’s Water Retreat. Around eight months post transplant, I was having a conversation with a friend of … Continue reading

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Magic and Miracles

The sun is hot in the mid-afternoon Indian Summer day. He steps out of his classroom, shakes his teacher’s hand farewell and stops at the top of the stoop. Scanning the sea of parents faces. Searching for me. Searching for … Continue reading

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Letter to Fellow A101 Families

At the beginning of every school year, I compose a letter to Gregory’s fellow classmates. I do it for two reasons. There are illnesses that we need to avoid and we are better able to treat with awareness. I need … Continue reading

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