Archive Month: June 2014

Here is our little home away from home for the next 4 weeks. It’s been so wonderful to wake to the sound of the birds in the meadow and rain on the roof of the camper the past two days. We’ve also seen fireflies at night, lots of birds in the birdhouses and tiny red […]

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Today is our fifth day of vacation. We’re spending five weeks in upstate NY at my parents’ home and staying in my 1974 Airstream. While it sound idyllic and in many ways it has been, yesterday I came up hard against reality. I started planning this break sometime last summer and I’ve built up a […]

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I read this post from the lovely Courtney Carver of Be More with Less and wanted to share it. I found it inspirational and have already implemented some of her suggestions. I have a new yellow candle burning right now and a yellow rose next to it. It’s amazing how something so simple can be […]

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I’ve been a proponent of inclusion since I learned what it meant when I was in college.  Back then (many, many moons ago) it was called mainstreaming.  Having my child with special needs interact with your child with or without special needs is inclusion. There are many chapters, treatises and academic studies about the benefits […]

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