Monthly Archives: June 2017

The House that (re)Built Me

This week we handed the keys of our lake house to a new family. While I’d cried many times during the process of letting this ‘real estate’ go, I only teared up once during the closing. It was when I … Continue reading

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Just an Illinois Girl

Here’s my view right now. A warm June breeze waves through the lush green leaves while the red-winged blackbirds argue over territory. A few billowy white clouds float across the blue expanse above me.  The remnants of the cottonwood seeds … Continue reading

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Squeezing Tight

“Here comes a big one Nana. A REALLY big one! I love you Nana.” “Look! It’s huge! Oh no! It’s coming! I love you Nana.” It was like Carter was reading a script as we bounced through the waves on the … Continue reading

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