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Upon More Reflection …

Dec 16

I’ve had a few weeks now to process my big appointments from a few weeks ago — all the doctors’ info/advice/insight.  First, I must tell you what I forgot to tell you in light of the aneurysm news.  In the same week I visited Dr. … Continue reading

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Passing on the Comfort

Nov 20

Many of you heard Joni Eareckson Tada’s radio program about my story that aired last week.  It was so touching to hear from folks all over the country that heard the program and were moved to contact me.  If you did … Continue reading

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Blue is Best

Oct 31

After over 2 years of annoying the city, we were granted our very own handicap parking space in front of our house!  This means Jay can pull up and simply help James and I up to the front door. {you … Continue reading

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Luxury Problems

Oct 22

About 3 weeks after my leg break, Jay and I returned back home to LA.  Over the past few years, near the beginning of August, my family has gathered in California for our annual summer vacation.  They were all very … Continue reading

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Family Tree

Oct 04

After the family wedding with Jay’s side, we were able to spend some time with my family in Georgia.  Just a couple of days before the leg break, we drove up to the mountains of North Carolina where my Dad’s … Continue reading

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A Family Wedding (The Big Day)

Oct 02

Like any eventful experience, a wedding should communicate multiple layers of meaning.  At the very least, a wedding almost universally reminds the participants of their own wedding, whether the success or failure, the hopeful expectation of what is to be … Continue reading

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Summer’s Gone

Sep 25

Despite unseasonably hot temperatures in LA the past month, I suppose it is technically Fall, at least on the calendar.  Don’t get me wrong, Fall is probably one of my favorite times of year, for sure; however, I’m already kind … Continue reading

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Broken Leg Updates

Sep 20

These are not exactly new updates, particularly if you follow us on Facebook or Instagram, but for those of you interested in the current status of my broken leg, here goes… As I have referenced on here time and again, … Continue reading

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The First Week of TK (or BK as some would say)

Sep 11

That little raised hand is actually an accurate depiction of how the 1st week of “Big Kid” School went for James.  “YES, PLEASE!!!!  I’d like some more!” He may have even burst into Annie’s “I think I’m gonna like it here” … Continue reading

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Returning to El Matador — Part 2

Aug 11

My family has made the Spring Break trek to Los Angeles every year since Katherine’s stroke.  Packing it in, “carpe diem”, YOLO (you only live once), all seem to be hard-wired into our DNA (see my sister Alex’s take on … Continue reading

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