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One Word — TRexit

 The British vote a few weeks ago to separate from the European Union, or ‘Brexit’, was as perplexing to us as it was to our friends and relatives from the UK and Europe.  It was shocking. In other news, Timothy … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day in India

  Laura just arrived yesterday in Pune, India to spend a week with Elisabeth, who is in her final month of a ten month stay in India.  It’s cool that, after 9 months apart, those two are spending Mother’s Day together … Continue reading

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A week in India

   While Laura takes Timothy on his first Florida Spring Break, our sixteen year old, Catherine, and I are in Pune, India visiting our eldest, Elisabeth, who is studying here for a year. Here are a few brief observations from … Continue reading

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Smiling little fireman

Written Oct 30, 2012 It was the kind of moment that they write about, like when Babe Ruth pointed to the outfield and then hit a home run ball there.  Some people can sense things before they happen, or at … Continue reading

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Tower of Babble

Written Aug 30, 2012 12:29am It’s hard to believe that our own Tower of Babble turned a year old today. Elisabeth went to the Fair a few days ago with her friend, Erin and Erin’s family.  It was exactly a … Continue reading

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Ding Dong It’s Gone

Written Mar 1, 2012 D arn I      A m P leased that the E lusive, R idiculous R ash A ctually S topped. H ip hip hooray! Timothy’s diaper rash met its match. It was like an arms race between … Continue reading

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Three is plenty

Written Feb 28, 2012 Judging by his production of dirty diapers, Timothy’s digestive system seems to working just fine.  We’ll get an official reading of his recovery when we visit his surgeon later this week.  We also go back to … Continue reading

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