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Category Archives: Education
I was going to start with an apology intended for those that have no interest in reading about this particular event – but I changed my mind. Because, frankly, I’m too dang proud of my husband and the other 190 … Continue reading
So – Here we are again at our family reunion! It was a bit of a journey to get here… 19 hours driving from California in the family minivan. Caitlin rode out in another friend’s car – so it was … Continue reading
“Always remember that the future comes one day at a time.” In all the volunteer work and advocacy I’ve done around juvenile arthritis, it’s one of my greatest privileges and accomplishments… and yet you’ve probably never heard of it. … Continue reading
Today, on Mother’s Day, I am celebrating the women in my life, who have nurtured and mentored and created beauty. They have taught me, shared, and supported and loved freely. Not all of them are mothers – some are aunts, some … Continue reading
OK… It’s not all that spectacular, really. But in honor of this 100th post, I thought I would take a look back at where we were when I first started this blog, in September of 2009, and compare it to … Continue reading