You know what? I can’t deal with this today, so I’m taking this entry down. I deleted some comments because I’m really very thin skinned.
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…for holiday newsletters. Do y’all get these too? I send one out, but I try to make it funny and light rather than a two page, double sided brag fest about how brilliant and talented my children are. (And they are. Totally.) While searching for a funny quote to use on the top of our [...]
I wrote this entry on my personal blog last year after I made the rather difficult decision to let my little boy just be a little boy. It seems silly now, as we try to catch Santa turning our Christmas tree lights on by magic, as we write our letters addressing them to the North [...]
I’ve been reading through my old paper journals from my single years. It’s all been very entertaining, except for one volume that I now refer to as the volume of crazy. There are more crazy volumes, but they are in more formal blue journal binder like things. This is just a little flowered notebook that [...]
I promise not all my Wednesday posts are going to be pulled from old Utah newspapers, but I thought this story of forgiveness was particularly moving. Mother of shooting victim forgives killer. While it’s an amazingly huge thing to do—many of us would be inclined to punish the killer to the full extent of the [...]
But it’s still something that brings tears to my eyes and inspires me when I’m feeling low. The public schools I attended from 6th grade to 12th grade had amazing special education programs for children with various handicaps. Children with Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, Autism, and more participated in “mainstream” programs that placed them along [...]