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Grass Stains and Touchdowns

I love to watch kids playing football. Their varying degrees of grass stains, interest, and commitment. It looked like a [...]
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That’s Not Everything About Her

We had just introduced ourselves, this group of people who would share the day together.  They’re somewhere in between learning [...]
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Too Beautiful

At the middle table at Starbucks, a mom and her daughter are playing a game and drinking hot chocolate. Mom [...]
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Thousand Kindnesses

A Thousand Small, Glittering Kindnesses

Today, I’ve been thinking about the time when we were on a layover at the airport and a young man [...]
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Union Station

Waymaking at the Train Station

I am sitting in Denver’s Union Station. I’m not taking a train anywhere, but the station is pure magic to [...]
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Baby Ben, a Digital Robot, & My First Go at Grandparenting

My memory-keeper apps brought up this story from a year ago, when we got to know Baby Ben the digital [...]
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Baby Ben, a Digital Robot, & My First Go at Grandparenting

I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this recently, but Tuck is in tenth grade.  He has far surpassed my height, [...]
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The Naked Movie

I am writing in the library today. A mom and her little girl – probably four years old – walked [...]
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More than Filtered Cheekbones

I changed my cover photo on Facebook. It had been a picture of Peter and me enjoying ice cream cones [...]
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The Sparkling Moment

I have wanted to meet her for a long time. Natalie Goldberg is the queen bee of memoir, and she [...]
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Snakes in Santa Fe

It turns out that Santa Fe doesn’t have nearly as many snakes as I thought. I thought the whole city [...]
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Helicopters, Cattle, and Neapolitan Ice Cream

Snippets of dialogue at our Thanksgiving table. Characters: Me, Peter, Tucker, Tyler, my Mom, and my Dad. (But characters are [...]
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Get Drunk on the Lovely of it All

It is Wedding Week. I am in the last seven days of one of the most sacred seasons of my [...]
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Beautiful Young Woman At The Airport

Love Connection in the Friendly Skies

In my ongoing efforts to prove that one can be footloose, fancy-free, and an airline flyer (I admit this is [...]
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150 Pounds in The World’s Unwieldiest Stroller

Well, just in case I didn’t love grocery shopping with every ounce of my heart, I’m now back to pushing [...]
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“and life comes back” – in My Very Own Voice

I’m in the studio this week, laying tracks for the audible recording of And Life Comes Back.  I’m kind of [...]
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Fifteen Years.

Fifteen years.  That’s a lot of years.  This would have been a milestone anniversary for us, I like to think.  [...]
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He Threw Down the Gauntlet on the Breckenridge River

Robb and I were in our twenties, and our children were merely a far-away-maybe-someday hope. It was just the two [...]
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This One Important Thing

To read this article in its entirety with PJ Parenting, click here. I was drinking iced coffees at Starbucks with [...]
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Football Huddle

Never Miss The Real Win

I’ll admit, I still have kind of a hard time knowing who has the ball and what’s happening next on [...]
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