Monthly Archives: June 2014


I was walking through the forest today and saw this big wish maker. The forest, with its light and its magical sounds and smells, holds up a symbol of hope as if to say, “Here. Just blow” It reminded me … Continue reading

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The Onion and Other Reflections on Marriage

If you’ve been following me for over a year, you’ve seen this shot before.  If you follow me another year, you’ll probably see it again. That’s because it captures the beauty of the day Mike and I chose to marry … Continue reading

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Seeking the Moment

When we lived in Southern California, we had a beautiful garden. It was terraced on a hill with a waterfall which came crashing down over rocks into a natural lily pond. There were fish in the pond that raccoons would … Continue reading

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Ode to David (aka Saying See You Later)

This weekend saw the end of an era for our family. For the past ten months, David’s been living with us and now he’s not. David is our German son/brother. We feel his absence. We hadn’t planned on having a … Continue reading

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The Blue Face Sydrome

I had this conversation with a woman this weekend who is healthcare writer. She had gone to a conference where they had a breakout session on health apps. I’d been thinking recently about the intersection of health and technology. It’s … Continue reading

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