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Step 2 – Cancer

So me and my enlarged spleen went to the hematologist/oncologist for about a month and a half.  They ran tests, forgot to run tests, and ran tests again.  The diagnosis finally came in late November… hairy cell leukemia.  By this … Continue reading

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Camping with eight year olds

Boy, camping sure is a lot different now.  We skipped about camping for about two years but we did have some fires at home and with our neighbors. Now the kids are riding bikes, fishing and playing a lot on … Continue reading

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How work has changed

I left the working world back in March of 2008 when the Triplets were about 18 months old.  If you have read this blog before you know I owned my new position as a SAHD.  One of the things that … Continue reading

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The lead up to cancer diagnosis

I guess I should first write about being diagnosed with hairy cell leukemia.  Yes, I realize that it is a VERY funny name.  It is also VERY rare and VERY treatable.  The whole story started with a cannon ball.  Not … Continue reading

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I can’t believe it has been almost two years!

Where to begin… In the last two years a lot has happened!  First, the kids are in second grade.  In April of last year on the same day the CEO quit her job and I started my career back up … Continue reading

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Just another day at the office

Have you ever observed that we pay much more attention to a wise passage when it is quoted than when we read it in the original author? Philip G. Hamerton, “The Intellectual Life” I believe you should live each day … Continue reading

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We take our imagination seriously around here

The other day the CFO and I heard a scream from Addison then a VERY loud scream from William.  We then heard William walking downstairs crying, which is a rare thing so we decided to investigate. As it turns out … Continue reading

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A valid argument or a cop-out?

I heard a radio show the other day where the sovereignty of God was mentioned a few times.  The radio show was discussing the ethics involved with reproductive assistance.  In particular, in vitro reproduction.  The guest was an ethics professor at … Continue reading

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