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In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Home Turf.”

  1. Babies: two rotten mini-mes. The sound of belly laughs and older/younger brother shenangins. Even the complaints that are born out of the same.
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My Life

"Some days you get the bear. Some days the bear gets you."

Traveling is a delight and privilege – I am mindful of this every single day. But travel does not exempt you from having “one of those days” or several. 722 more words


"So we live a life like a video. When the sun is always out and you never get old."

I mentioned in a previous post I’m staying in an apartment in a student housing block.

The majority of the other residents are undergraduates, which skews the age range of the building quite young. 339 more words


Where I Live

I live in a small midwestern town on an acre and an eighth of gently rolling hills in a sprawling older subdivision filled with towering pines. 380 more words


Insect Safari

My class was cancelled this past Saturday so we took the kids to a local state park where they were having an “insect safari.” Basically it was a nature hike for an hour where a park ranger gave them butterfly nets and little boxes to trap insects and other crawling bugs. 112 more words

The Babies

Lady Mountain

Here we are, nestled in a crisp valley

bunkered by rows of apples, cherries, pears and poplars.

Here in a sun trap shaped by the mountains… 305 more words

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