Remembering Stephen

Two years ago I was walking through the front door of my Philadelphia home, my 2-day old son in my arms.  We had just brought him home from the hospital.  I sat on the couch with my 4 other children, all grinning and giggling and admiring this precious little boy.  My fourth son.   The... Continue Reading →

Let Go and Flow

It’s been quite a while since I’ve written regularly, and that was not my plan.  And spoiler alert: entering the not-as-planned will be a recurring theme in this post. As I entered 2018, I was feeling pretty good.  Strong, actually. With emotional and physical reserves to spare.  The family was chugging along in a good... Continue Reading →

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