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The day I opened my eye,

I thought nothing.

The waivers around me were sparkling,

As if something has crossed the amazon.,

Walking half the road of life you realize that there were none of them standing to shadow you,

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The Story of Spunky

It was the day before I was 37 weeks (considered, for medical purposes, full term) and I started having the odd contraction here and there. 908 more words


Grass Roof and Mud Floor

Now if you want to know about me personally, here is the skinny on that.

I was born on a hot, sunny afternoon at the beginning of the wet season. 481 more words


Today You Turn Three

My sweet darling baby boy
Today you turn three.

You are the noise, the tears the tired.
The Gentle, curious, funny, and wild.

You keep me on my toes all day. 93 more words


John Gordon: Mission (Catalyst Notes)

John Gordon is an American author and speaker on the topics of leadership, culture, sales, and teamwork. His focus was mission. He said that mission starts with leadership. 329 more words


Photography: An Honor and a Privilege


I had the recent privilege to photograph a family’s water birth at Marin General. It was one of the most moving experiences of my life let alone my career. 58 more words

Photography Blog

Brookfield Zoo Celebrates Its 28th Okapi Birth Since 1959

CHICAGO (CBS) — It is time for that baby fever!

An okapi calf was born May 16 at Brookfield Zoo.

The male calf is the second offspring for the zoo’s 6-year-old female, Augusta K and 21-year-old male Hiari. 473 more words