Monthly Archives: December 2009

day after hump day nuggets: holiday

hump day nuggets: little bits of the season in photos and words about the last week We had an absolutely fabulous holiday. At the risk of sounding like a crazy, over-thinking mom, I have been on the fence about perpetuating the lie of santa. Not because I think it is silly or because I don’t like the mucking up of the christian day but because I was devastated when I learned the truth. I couldn’t believe my parents had been … Continue reading day after hump day nuggets: holiday →
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like riding a bike only jigglier

I ran on Saturday. The first time since March. And it felt fantastic. It’s weird how scary it is to do something you’ve never done before. Even when you know you can do it because others have done it and just deep down you know you can do it. Like childbirth. Like spending 12 days in the hospital with a new baby wondering how it’s going to end. Like running four weeks after birthing a kid, after 10 months of … Continue reading like riding a bike only jigglier →
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hump day nuggets: moving on

hump day nuggets: little bits of the season in photos and words about the last week We have been enjoying uneventful, nothing-much around here. It feels great to wake up in my bed next to my man with two hilarious girls sandwiching us in like the perfect mayo and cheese to our pickle and tomato. Even if my arm is asleep because I don’t want to move and risk disturbing Ruby’s perfect slumber and Andy has an arm and a … Continue reading hump day nuggets: moving on →
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home

When Margot saw these photos she said, oh sister born cutie pie! oh, sister happy happy happy sister born. The ruby is one of the hardest stones in nature, second only to the diamond. The ruby is a stone of power and passion. It bestows energy and willpower, counteracting lethargy. It is associated with the sun. The homes of the gods were said to be lit by the glow of rubies. Ruby is traditionally associated with health and long life. … Continue reading home →
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here comes the sun

My mom always sings Here Comes the Sun when she has a good day skiing. It never gets old and is always the perfect harmony for her when great turns under a blue sky make her giddy. You know that giddiness that pumps adrenaline into every cell of your person making you feel light as air and aware of every beautiful thing in this world. I feel that right now. And you know, I know it could all change because, … Continue reading here comes the sun →
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