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My Costa Rica photos – Dec 2016
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Category Archives: Family
A new baby is like the beginning of all things: wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities. ~Eda LeShan I know I tend to stray from the supposed theme of my blog pretty often. But today I have a new twist … Continue reading
Don’t you hate it when you know you really should do something because it’s good for you, but you still don’t feel motivated to do it? I know I need regular time outdoors in order to feel well, but lately … Continue reading
I realize I don’t write about “nature as therapy”quite as often as I intended. All of my birding, hiking, and kayaking are forms of ecotherapy, but I don’t always write about them that way. This weekend, though, I experienced something that … Continue reading
Well this winter has been extremely mild up until now, so we’ve been able to get outdoors more often than usual. As a result, my depression hasn’t gotten a good hold on me yet, and for that I’m SO thankful. … Continue reading
I intend to get back to writing about more positive things in my next post, but I hope you’ll indulge me one more time as I need to write about something sad again. When I wrote about my brother-in-law’s struggle … Continue reading
This is difficult to write. Because writing about it means I have to think about it instead of distracting myself as I have been lately. My sister’s husband Ron has brain cancer. He’s 49 years old, and he’s been fighting … Continue reading
Last weekend I was thrilled to be able to spend some quality time with my parents, something that happens all too rarely these days. And I think they enjoyed it as much as I did. They dug out some old … Continue reading
We’ve had about 4 cool, rainy days in a row now, and I’m over it. I usually love rain — the sound of it on the roof, the way it cleans and brightens everything, and how it nourishes my flowers. … Continue reading