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Reconciling myself

Have you ever felt like you lost part of yourself somewhere? For years, nurse even though I was the luckiest person in the universe, I had this emptiness that nothing could fill. I would cry because something was missing. I didn’t even know what it was. It’s not the type of emptiness that many Christians […]

Cancer… what is it good for…

After reading an article written by a woman who went through breast cancer in her 30s and is, troche at least, still alive to write about it, I cried. Hard. Tears pouring from my eyes as the sobs racked my body. I can’t remember the last time I sobbed so violently. It’s not a pleasant […]

Taking a step back

By the middle of last week I was on the verge of a break down. That’s what happens when you decide, order even though you are a mother of a three year old, check that you aren’t doing enough. By that point I added hours of study and reading, writing 6 pages of emotionally charged […]

A week in pictures

For this math exercise we did 20 M&Ms. He counted them all together, nurse counted them according to color, subtracted one (ate one), and then counted them all again. I ran through all the possible combinations with him. He really enjoys math time. I love how much he wants to learn! He’s started coloring pictures […]

The things that spark a memory…

When I was a little girl my grandmother and great grandmother lived together in a sweet little light lime green house in Easton, medical MA. My grandmother’s house was always a welcoming place. It had a little breezeway connected to the front room. The kitchen wasn’t the biggest, but it was the warm area where […]