I’m Rerunning This Blog Post as a A Best Of. I so admire Caroline for her spirit and her relentless fight against Cystic Fibrosis. We are Wyvern Sisters fighting for… Read more BEST OF November 2011 – Cause Warrior Caroline →
I had second thoughts about ever posting this. Jim and I talked about it. He agreed that it’s absolutely honest, but maybe too honest. We debated whether or not it… Read more Hope Snorts →
Eight days ago, I attended my 20 year high school reunion. It was good to see old friends, but I found I am an entirely different person than I was… Read more The Shape and Texture of a Decade →
Edited – 12/7/13 – If you’re going to invest the time to read this blog post, please also make time to read this one or read this one first because it’s more recent. In an effort to curb traffic for such an old post, I’m moving the original letter to the “What We Talk About” post. If you really want to read it, it’s an appendix to the good/new stuff.
I do not have a single Cause Warrior for September, instead I have more than 400 of them. These people represented CHD in Colorado, they showed up, all 400 +… Read more September 2012: Cause Warriors The Aurora 400 →
Hello, dearest Reader! How are you today? Are you a writer, a member of the Heartland (CHD families), or just someone bitten by the Amanda bug? Not to worry, no… Read more When Your Dreams Come True . . . A Cautionary Tale With Cake →
I wrote this over the weekend and planned to post it tomorrow, but I’ve been really sick and wanted to take a second to make sure this was posted since… Read more We Changed The World →
Today in Colorado a very sick person did a terrible thing that defies the essence of humanity. This summer in Colorado, fires ran wild through miles and miles of forest and homes. At this moment in Colorado, I remember two summers passed in Galveston. I stood on a beach and stared down a broken pier at two towering mermaids cast in concrete on the end of a large hotel. Well, one and a half mermaids, as both rose out of the ocean, but one was ripped in half, like a… Read more Today in Colorado →