Monthly Archives: October 2020

Apple Picking and Pumpkin Finding.

Our trip to the Catskills was wonderful and the grand finale was a stop on the way home to pick apples. Traditions are important to a person’s sense of belonging and military kids have many of the typical traditions stripped … Continue reading

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Finding Fall – 2020 style

Finding trees changing color is always my top priority in September and October. Fall is my favorite time of year for a variety of reasons: the smells, the colors, the foods, the temperatures! We’ve lived in a variety off climates, … Continue reading

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Big news!

I’ve written a book! And I’m scared to death to reveal this to you because I’m incredibly vulnerable in it. I share my journey of learning about race and some of the struggles I endured along the way. I began … Continue reading

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September has come and gone

Sept 3 – Anna came to me incredibly excited because she realized she had a Little People “Zuri” – the character from Vashti Harrison’s book, Hair Love. Sept 4 – We found a pediatric dentist that we love and she … Continue reading

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