Tag Archives: childhood cancer

What right do I have?

Not long ago I read a phrase that deeply resonated with how I have been feeling, as of late. I can’t remember the exact source and I did not make note of it, so I must paraphrase. It was on … Continue reading

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Not Just The Military

Synchronicity¬†has a very strange sense of humor. For my second essay in my English Comp class, we were to write a research paper, inspired by a poem. My inspiration turned out to be on the topic of PTSD in parents … Continue reading

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Timeline of Life

This is my seventh year as a Lower El Montessori Mom. Lower El meaning the 6-9 age group, first through third grade. You know spring is approaching when you walk the halls of the classrooms and start to see timelines … Continue reading

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Hoping For Hope

I wish I could show you how this back-to-school thing feels. I wish I could share this feeling with you. Mainline it to your heart.¬† My first assignment for my English Comp class was to write a narrative essay inspired … Continue reading

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