Monthly Archives: August 2014

Searching High and Low for Bread and a Run

I can’t find a reliable source for sliced bread.  I thought I had, but it turns out I haven’t.  I’m looking forward to the arrival of our bread machine in our shipment as much as anything.  I’ve been to the … Continue reading

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Camp Sunshine Supports Military Families- Special Event With Navy SEALS August 21

Camp Sunshine is a retreat in Casco, Maine that provides respite and hope for children with rare and life-threatening illnesses and their families. Situated on a 27-acre campus on the shores of Sebago Lake, Camp Sunshine has welcomed families from … Continue reading

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Let The Fearlessly Be Themselves (even if it’s hard)

No one who has actually had a child said that parenting is easy. The key is to make it as easy as possible, though.  As in most other areas of daily life, I find it much easier to not sweat … Continue reading

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Adventures in Cotsco (not a typo)

Have I mentioned that we don’t have a car here yet?  We ran into complications when we tried to ship it, so it sits, waiting, at our dear friends’ house in Virginia, until we get the paperwork and then they … Continue reading

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It’s Going to Take a While

I’m going to do something I rarely do.  I’m going to complain, so if you aren’t in the mood, feel free to skip this post.  I think I’m due, though.  So far, I’ve done pretty well settling into life here.  … Continue reading

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