Monthly Archives: September 2014

Cancer in the Past Tense

Two and a half weeks have passed now since a close friend had to share the news that her beloved mother’s battle with ovarian cancer had come to an end.  Two weeks have passed since a beautiful memorial service commemorating … Continue reading

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A River Runs Through It

The first river you paddle runs through the rest of your life. It bubbles up in pools and eddies to remind you who you are. – Lynn Noel, Voyages: Canada’s Heritage Rivers Ian took his maiden river voyage Saturday surrounded … Continue reading

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Why I Didn’t Give Up Facebook

Lately my Facebook feed has been full of friends hemhawing over deactivating their Facebook accounts.  There are countless links to blog posts on “Why I Gave Up Facebook” or “What I Learned in 30 Days Without Facebook.”  While I admit … Continue reading

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“Summer will end soon enough, and childhood as well.”

2014 has swept the rug of summer out from under my feet entirely too soon, but after a few extremely hot August weeks, I will admit that now I am more eagerly anticipating hot cocoa evenings around bonfires wearing hoodies. … Continue reading

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