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- What others take for granted
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Category Archives: General Family
I am not sure when I knew I’d get through some hard times with my marriage to Julian intact but I am sure I thought it would be when we said, “Yes” and “I do” in 1994, but it wasn’t. … Continue reading
Last Friday we visited Gage’s school for what was the exhibit of the school’s science fair. Gage spent a couple of months on an experiment using a catapult to see if a long arm or short arm or if pulling … Continue reading
Fighting to stay awake to immediately get on Amsterdam time, we visited the famous town with windmills, near where both of our hosts workSee? I could be talking about the BlogHer Special Needs Mini-Con or I could be talking about … Continue reading
We are only a few days into our European vacation and besides Jman being sick (he’s on the mend hopefully) we’re having grand time. Because of a heck of a lot of sky miles (1,000,000) and generous friends (Kirsten & … Continue reading
Sometimes in my world we are focused. We have purposed to each appointment, each tutoring session, each home-spun, each article I write, each charity I support, and every goal I set personally and professionally. Some days are just hard. It’s … Continue reading
You start physical therapy at age 4 months of age. A therapist comes twice a week to your home to help you build your muscles to sit, crawl, walk, run and jump. You also see an OT therapist to build … Continue reading
Great things about our family time (for the record)at the beach include… – Some 20+ times of playing at the beach. Not all were successful trips, but the majority were. Gage was, for nearly every trip, a nice brother to … Continue reading
We are wrapping up the Walk for PKD in Atlanta. We’re so excited that is was a successful event with just two comments that were negative. They were from the same family. They are a non-issue and in no way … Continue reading
I know these are some tough times. Believe me, I get it. Business is slow and we’re cutting our expenses where we can as many people are. That’s one of the reasons I’m reaching out to more people to fulfill … Continue reading
For some reason I have a lot going on right now. Client is in town tomorrow during the day, spider bite management, kidney stone management, Walk for PKD work, regular (hopefully paid) work, Quinn’s pre-transplant schedule, bathroom quick fix remodel, … Continue reading