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Two out of three ain’t bad

Our afternoon was spent hiking in the woods. While I was successful in getting Elliott to join us, Gavin wanted nothing to do with it. It ended up being Elliott, Emmett, and me. We had a really good time. Emmett’s new boots kept him from hurting himself, which is a good thing. It’s was stunning …

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My kids had an exciting new experience today

As I’m beginning to live my best life, I’m finding myself exposed to lots of new and exciting things. I feel like I’ve lived a relatively sheltered life because I’m experiencing so many new things for the first time, and I’m in my early forties. One of the things I’m deliberately experiencing is food from …

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Third times a charm

The last couple of days have been rather busy for me. I’ve been dealing with side effects from my covid booster. Nothing major. In fact, it’s been easier this time around but I’m getting hit with fatigue. I’m tired all the time and sleeping doesn’t really make it better. Again, it’s better than COVID and …

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Emerging from darker times

I wanted to pop in and let you know I’m still breathing. It’s been a minute but it’s not because something is wrong. Quite the opposite actually. The boys are doing great and Gavin is continuing down the path to independence. I’m so proud of everyone because we’ve emerged from such a dark time in …

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Why I still wear a mask, even though I’m fully #vaccinated

I wanted to take a second and put this out there because I truly believe that it’s really important. Everyone in my immediate family (myself and the boys) are fully vaccinated for COVID. We’re in pretty good shape in my house and I’m so incredibly grateful for that. That being said, not everyone is so …

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Moving forward

It’s been a pretty good day. We got off to a rough start with the boys and school but everything worked out. I was finally able to get a tree service out to gut the back of my property. I’ve been trying for months to get someone out and it’s nearly impossible right now because …

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The Truth About Vaccines (Feat. Heather Brandt, Ph.D, St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center) S4E16

My guest today is Heather Brandt, Ph.D. Heather is the Director, HPV Cancer Prevention Program, Co-associate Director for Outreach, St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center, Member, Department of Epidemiology and Cancer Control – St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Vaccines are a hot topic once again because of COVID. There is so much misinformation floating around about …

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Poor kid is having an anxiety attack

Emmett woke up this morning and doesn’t feel well. He’s not sick, at least not physically sick. Emmett is a child who deals with anxiety and it can be debilitating at times. When he gets anxious, it tends to manifest physically, usually as a stomach ache. He’s not physically ill but is experiencing physical symptoms. …

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