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Here are three minutes of my morning yesterday: Ok. Got a load of laundry started! Excellent! Today is going to be great! Let’s start unloading the dishwash… “ooooOOooo! Lulu! Put the curtain back!” Who said that? What’s going on? Walk to the … Continue reading
Mo sings this song several times a day (and when I say “sing”, I actually mean yells at the top of her lungs), “I love ANYONE. ANYONE I LOVE. ANY any anyone, I LOVE. I LOVE LOVE LOVE ANYONE!….” You … Continue reading
Dear Mo, You only get one. Your very first, First Day of School. And tomorrow’s the day! Years from now, you won’t remember it. That’s a lot to ask of a three year old. But I will. I’ll probably remember … Continue reading
So, I may or may not have left my beautiful DSLR outside, overnight, in the pouring rain… It may or may not be in the shop as we speak with camera techs doing their best to resuscitate it… Say a little prayer, … Continue reading
In the wake of today’s ugly, tragic event in Boston, I feel the need to put a little more beauty into the world. Consider this my act of counter-terrorism.
So, I grew out my leg hair (betcha didn’t see that one coming, huh?) And not just: “He he, my leg hair is so long” “Oh man, mine too. It’s starting to get all pokey, he he!” Like, Mo saw … Continue reading
I don’t mind telling you, I sometimes really struggle with my vocation to motherhood. I had plans for my life. They involved several capital letters after my name and a private practice some place. Those plans, and my heart, were … Continue reading