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Lessons from my father: Just try

>It’s been almost 11 years. 11 years of absence. Of silence. 11 years since my dad suddenly and unexpectedly passed

Of chocolate and conscience

>Once upon a time, Nathan and I went on a little weekend trip to Chicago. There was a Trader Joe’s

What’s wrong with this picture?

>Today I got a postcard in the mail, thanking me for a small donation I made a few months ago

Show up

>My mind is racing these days as I consider a new possibility, a direction I thought I’d never go. And

To breathe for her

> My oldest, my beautiful slender little woman, who I still remember as a 97th percentile-all-the-way-around baby, the one who


>Photo has nothing to do with this post, other than it’s character-revealing for each of my kids. Aren’t they cute?

Life and breathing

>Sorry it’s been a while. Life is life over here. I’m convinced that there are no petty, annoying colds in

Being home again

>It’s Audrey’s 7th birthday today, the end of March, and there’s snow swirling outside my window. Apparently tropical baby skin

Coming home

>Monday, the Embassy was closed. It had been confirmed. Yet, I never got a call canceling my appointment. As the


>I know, our story isn’t over yet. This epilogue is for my adventures yesterday. After all of that… the Electorial