Category Archives: growing older

Ob-la-di, ob-la-da (or “Life goes on”)…

    Like Robert Frost, if I’ve learned any lesson in almost 54 years of living, it is indeed this:  life goes on… …no matter what. Even if the “what” is death… …life goes on. The sun rises and sets (at least … Continue reading

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A glimpse into the future…

It’s Spring Break here in Oregon and I am getting a bit of a glimpse into my future. My youngest child (a 17 year old high school junior) is visiting my oldest daughter and son-in-love in Seattle for the week. … Continue reading

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History Starts Now

  I have five children, two of whom are still at home.  #4 just graduated from high school this past week and is off to Florida for college in a couple of months. I was honored to have been asked … Continue reading

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