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5 Gifts of Loving Someone with Chronic Illness

Shortly after we were married, my husband had an anaphylactic reaction to a bee sting. He was prescribed an epi-pen and began immunotherapy. A year later he was stung again, his epi-pens failed, and within a few minutes he was... Continue Reading →

The real reason kids are going outside less and 5 things you can do about it

There is a lot of talk these days about the time kids spend attached to screens and electronic devices rather than playing outside like older generations used to. I've spent more than a decade working in environmental education. I helped... Continue Reading →

Blessing your way

The women in my sweet little community celebrate new moms (and other life transitions) with a "Blessingway" ceremony honoring the woman, all women, and the timeless bonds that connect and support us all. Blessingways are the best. The events we... Continue Reading →

Learning from kids

That's it. I've decided. This is my reminder. My kids have more to teach me than I do them. My job is really just to help keep them alive (and hopefully thriving). They teach me how to live. Or is... Continue Reading →

10 Tips for Camping with Kids in Style

The most important thing to know about camping with kids is that it is a lot of work and will likely suck at least some of the time. Of course, that also describes a normal day at home with your... Continue Reading →

Baby love

As we all eagerly await news of this little one's arrival, we were delighted to capture memories of his mama's beautiful belly. Layne and Josh are amazing people and they are going to be such awesome parents. Everyone in our community is ridiculously happy... Continue Reading →

True love

On this day four years ago, I was sitting with my mom as she took her last breath in this world. After a year of battling cancer, and too many weeks of succumbing to its grip, she was ready, and finally,... Continue Reading →

5 Things I’ve learned since my Mom died

Before my mom died, I made her promise to haunt me. She said she would, but made me promise to believe it was really her. The night she died, I had a vivid dream where she sat me down to... Continue Reading →

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For my Father

My father would have turned 70 today. He was a great man. Not many people knew that, least of all him. He taught me so much during the years we were together and perhaps even more during the many years... Continue Reading →

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