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Water is Special

That's what I tell my kids. At ages 3 and 5, it's the best answer to many of their incessant "why" questions these days. Water is special. And since water is so special, we each have to do our part to... 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 →

The President Wears No Clothes

First of all, let me apologize for the frightful mental image this title conjures. I spend a lot of time reading children's stories to my 3 and 4 year old, and also pondering the state of our world. Sometimes the... Continue Reading →

No parachute

Last summer, I called my Aunt for career advise. She suggested I read "What Color is Your Parachute." I had never heard of the (best-selling ever career) book, which might explain the challenges I was currently facing.  I just knew... Continue Reading →

Wisconsin Roots Music Cooperative

Recently we've been working with local musicians from the Wisconsin Roots Music Cooperative. The Coop is a forum for artists to collaborate and help each other gain exposure.  It's one of a myriad of ideas and to come out of... Continue Reading →

The Worth of Nature: Backyard Stories by Alan Haney

Eldridge Cleaver said, “You either have to be part of the solution, or you’re going to be part of the problem.” Cleaver was bright man, a leader in the civil rights movement, but I think he got this one wrong,... 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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Rumination in My Garden: Backyard Stories by Alan Haney

One of the more cherished benefits from my backyard is the space it allows me for soul-searching and deep thinking. In today’s hustle-bustle world, we too often fill every available minute with mindless things, or at least things that occupy... Continue Reading →

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