President Barack Obama sneaked in and out of Afghanistan by the cover of night, his advance security team clearly too worried about the situation in Kabul to allow him to appear in public by day. And they would have been right, since shortly after Obama departed, Taliban hit a foreign workers’ guest house (which was [...][ Read More → ]
I think it’s time for another Sluiter Nation Recruit. This week I bring you Brittany of Mommy Words. I don’t even know how I met Brittany, to be honest. She just seems to be someone that was always in my twitter stream, always in my facebook newsfeed (well, her blog). Her cute little smile pops [...][ Read More → ]
I believe motherhood is a learned trait sparked by womanly instinct. Picture a brand new mom who has never so much as babysat a child, held an infant or changed a diaper. Picture that same mother in her first week with her newborn – she’s terrified…[ Read More → ] [ Read More → ]
In the early months after we lost Hadley, during those foggy seconds of awakening, I would realize my life all over again. The air in the room would be sucked away and my feet would feel too heavy to lift out of bed. Each and every morning at 6 a.m. I would then go through [...][ Read More → ]
I’m sorry I haven’t written in a while. I thought I was feeling a little depleted and would rebound but it appears I’m in another level of grief and I’m not bouncing out of it as fast as I’d like….[ Read More → ]
May 1, 2012 by Sidewalk Ready - Everyday Fashion Blog - Kayley Heeringa
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See? What did I say yesterday about sundresses?
Dress: Gap (Same. Sale. Save. Spend. Splurge.)
Shoes: Urban Outfitters (Same. Save. Spend. Splurge. *heel version.)
Necklace: c/o Shoppalu
Curled with a 1.5̸…
Happiness can be infectious. Happiness goes deep within, to banish the stale, negative, in-grained emotions, thoughts and energy, to achieve …
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May 1, 2012 by Dawn
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Just got off face time with my boys (technology is awesome). They were being their goofy selves and it was nice to see their faces. It’s funny to think that it’s only been since yesterday morning but it feels like so much longer.
I had my 4th dose of the IL-2 this afternoon at 4 o’clock. No major reactions, but we’re keeping pretty up on the pre-meds to avoid things like headaches and nausea. I’ve been feeling fairly tired and beat up for the past couple of hours. My central line is sore because she just changed my bandages and I am in need of shower and clothes change, but might as well wait until the morning now.
I’m pleased with my progress so far and very glad the worst symptoms haven’t shown up – fingers, toes and eyes crossed that they don’t and I make it through this week with as many treatments as possible.
For those of you that don’t know, May is Melanoma Awareness Month. The market isn’t saturated with pink ribbons and yet it is a leading death-causing cancer. I’ll do a post at Defying and here soon, but just a quick reminder that no …
Flush with rolling piano, wistful strings, and brittle to booming percussion, The Spring Standards have unleashed their new double-disc record, yellow//gold, today onParachute Shooter Records. The release consists of two emotionally-char…[ Read More → ]