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Showing posts from May, 2016

Flashback Friday

Because you can't hand down a CD to the next generation. - Sue Bryce
Ain't that the truth...

Throw it back across the years and miles and states..

They say a digital file loses it's value year after year because we forget what's stored on our hard drives, flash drives and CD's. Do we still use those? I am making an album of the girls to send to Africa and I came across my picasa web album where I have stored years and years of photos.  I thought it would be fun to have a post featuring some of the families I have been so lucky to meet and know. I might do this next week too! Throw it back..

To Every Season

It's been so long since I've been a regular blogger. I still write. I write on my fiction. I write my intentions down most days, and journal when I can. Mostly I drive down Winton Road in Cincinnati, or Estes Road in Nashville.  I listen to podcasts when I feed the horses on the farm and I sometimes drink red wine when I think about how badly I want the house to sell.  The other day there was a guest speaker on one of my favorite podcasts talking about purposeful uncomfortableness. Something he creates for himself, and his family. He was currently creating it by having recently moved his all five of them from a farm in Vermont to Singapore, where they were all learning Mandarin.  On a lesser scale, I'm sure people might think we were familiar with this type of thing.. and it didn't dawn on me until I heard the man say it. This is one of those years for us. Like 2011.. 2011 was tricky but I learned.. 
      I've begun to mark my years in seasons. People have a…