April Moments

Maybe, just maybe, telling the story is just as important as the story itself


The lost toys

For Cecilia’s first Christmas, I bought her a wooden, ring stacker. All of the rings are different colors, and there is a red ball that sits at the top. It reminds me of a Rudolph nose because it has a hole in it where it connects with the wooden base. What I mean is – there […]

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The drop zone

When Mike and I order calzones from D.P. Dough, I always get the Loading Zone, and he prefers the Drop Zone. Mine has breaded chicken with onions and green peppers and lots of mozzarella cheese – all wrapped in super delicious, chewy pizza dough. Mike’s Drop Zone has breaded chicken, pepperoni, mozzarella, ricotta and parmesan. […]

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Removing the veil from un-compliments

I am going to admit to something I’ve been doing. Something that’s not very nice. Not nice at all, actually. Sometimes I notice positive changes in others or observe good habits they have, and I say, “You look SO SKINNY” or “Your office is SO ORGANIZED” or “Your house is SO CLEAN.” Reading those sentiments, […]

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Date night adventures

Like most things in life that are important, date nights are a lot of work. I know that may seem counterintuitive, but it’s true. Mike and I celebrated eight years of marriage on Tuesday. He was working that night, so we planned to go out to dinner last night. This means that we arranged for […]

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