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Free As TreesFree As Trees

the life and times of an American raising a son with cerebral palsy in Cair...

 
Knowledge and WisdomKnowledge and Wisdom

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A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

UK and international poet Roger N Taber shares his thoughts & poems on ...

 
Driving Fast on Loose GravelDriving Fast on Loose Gravel

Typically, I like: napping in hammocks, sailing, drinking copious amounts o...

 
Jeffrey and Flora: Living in SingaporeJeffrey and Flora: Living in Singapore

We are a young couple from California living in Singapore with our two dogs...

 
Write From KarenWrite From Karen

Write From Karen contains snippets of her life, her (sometimes strong) opin...

 


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It's been several years since we've gone into San Ramon to watch the Desfile de Faroles (lantern parade). This event has grown in the past few years! It was a surprise to have entertainment before the parade began. The best part of the parade for me...

With Katie in Chicago. We went to the City Winery in the West Loop. It was amazing (and pricey) but definitely worth the trip. I have no idea what I would do without this woman in my life. I’ve learned that relationships with men will come and...

Because I love to remember. Even when it’s late. Dear Tallula, Today you are 25 months! We are at Easter Seals Family Camp (Merrywood). August 20, 2014. I’m going to keep writing you notes every month until you are 3 because every month y...

Along with thousands of other people, we went into San Ramon again this morning to enjoy the Independence Day Parade.

Love is not soft

By Diary of a WIP on Sep 13, 2014 in: God, love

The love of God is greater far  Than tongue or pen can ever tell;It goes beyond the highest star,  And reaches to the lowest hell;The guilty pair, bowed down with care,  God gave His Son to win;His erring child He reconciled,  And...

I'm grateful for being able to walk in nature again after being sidelined for about a week due to a cold taking a nasty turn. Thanks to a round of antibiotics I'm in the recovery stage now. Walks are good to rebuild my lung strength. Nature is good f...