Monthly Archives: March 2014

Evelyn mirroring those around her

It’s amazing to see yourself in your child. This goes for genetic qualities, but even more so for habits they pick up while watching you. This morning, Evelyn spent 30 minutes doing what she just saw her dad doing:  using … Continue reading

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Spring Arrives, and a Restful Sunny Sunday

We’ve been having an amazing first few days of spring, and hopefully a foretaste of what’s to come for summer. There’s nothing quite like waking up from the hibernation of winter to awaken to longer days, more sunshine, more energy, … Continue reading

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Abbey makes her First Joke in Spanish

“Dah-Dah, can you please hand me my dolly?” “Abbey, yo estoy manejando el carro ahora; no puedo tomar tu dolly” (Abbey, I’m driving; I can’t get your doll!) “No, dah-dah.  Tu no estas manejando el carro-  Yo estoy manejando el … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday, 2014

Our family began practicing Ash Wednesday a number of years ago. Now it has become commonplace- not just because it’s a part of our church’s practice, but primarily because it brings us back into communion with God. ‘From dust you … Continue reading

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An End-of-the-Week Walk

Ah, the beginning of the weekend. Things have started- maybe better to say ‘things are just starting‘- to get into a normal rhythm here at the new place in Genesee.  The weekdays have a life of their own, and we are developing … Continue reading

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