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me and mom walking in the snowy woods

See with every turning day

See with every turning day, how each season wants to make a child of you again, wants you to become a seeker after rainfall and birdsong, watch how it weathers you to a testing in the tried and true, tells you with each falling leaf, to leave and slip away, even from the branch that […]

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Wonder years

The boys finally return from their four dreamy summer weeks on Georgian Bay (Canada) on Friday. Jeremy and I left them behind a couple of weeks ago, returning home on our own. The time has flown by as busy-ness with work, friends, and various projects–the ones that seem to never get done–have filled our days. […]

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Dear Tooth Fareiy

Dylan lost his first front tooth on Saturday. We were all so tired from Jesse’s 14th birthday (surprise karaoke party) that Dylan forgot to put his tooth under the pillow that night. So after Marlene’s wedding we came home last evening–yep, even more exhausted–and Dylan set to work busily writing a note on the bag […]

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