In the school system our kids are in you go to one school for grades K-5, another for grades 6-7, another for 8-9, and then the last for grades 10-12. My one school building that held grades K-12 childhood in no way prepares me to even know how to approach that much change for Grace … Continue reading Are we overthinking this?
Once a year as I prepare to write this Christmas note I spend some time on my cell phone looking back at the pictures I’ve taken over the past year. The usual things are there: Grace’s birthday, Graham in snow, Easter, last day of school, summer vacation, sparklers on the 4th of July, food, … Continue reading The top of the Christmas tree didn’t light up
Kevin’s been trying to get me to buy fewer books and be a better customer of our library. It’s been a good stretch for me but failed miserably with this book. I’ll be buying it. I’ve read this book in small pieces. Often times so overwhelmed that I had to put it down. Other times … Continue reading A Mind Unraveled: A Memoir by Kurt Eichenwald
I’m just being upfront. I am not ready for fall. The kids are ten days into school and I still just can’t get myself to lean into it. We had a really great summer. We started the summer in Niagara Falls by way of Michigan. We visited an insanely large Christmas store, enjoyed the beaches … Continue reading Not Ready for Fall
Grace’s epileptologist, Dr. Doescher is moving on to new opportunities where he will no longer be providing patient care. While we are happy for him he will be greatly missed. He has played a crucial role in not only Grace’s life but also ours. We have both written a blog post to help ourselves process … Continue reading We can’t tell Grace’s story without you