Monthly Archives: August 2013

With Conviction

As my friend said with conviction, “Being at home is the best place for me, and I am so glad that I can do it. It’s so important for me to be there for my family,” I noticed the hurt … Continue reading

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Seeds at the Altar

Tuesday was Liam’s first day of school. An exciting event for any child, but in Germany, it is also a celebrated one. On my first day of school, my mother took a picture of little dark-haired Dora with her red … Continue reading

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The European Adventure

It seemed when our first family guests arrived on that Tuesday, marking the begin of a three-week adventure, we were prepared and ready for anything. The house was immaculate, the cleanest it’s probably been since we moved-in eight years ago; … Continue reading

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Giving the Words Space

Already it’s been four full weeks since I have sat down at the computer to write. We were so busy getting the house cleaned and rooms finished before the guests came; then they came and the time together was so … Continue reading

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