Monthly Archives: July 2012

My Time With My Son

You tell yourself you’re going to notice the changes.  You know things go quickly like clouds whipping past a plane window as you raise your tray to the full upright and locked position.  One minute you are at the hospital

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Laundry on the Line

The line sags in a pregnant curve as wet clothes are draped, the line to become shallow and taut as dry air whips the water from the fabric.  Each piece I add, I find myself calmer, the rhythm of drape,

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Wonderful Week, Part Three

So I said I was going to finish the week’s description in one day and it took three.  I blame the children.  I’ll close the discussion here except for one final comment:  feeding a baby is liking throwing handfuls of

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Wonderful Week, Part Two

Disneyland is a conglomeration, if you haven’t been there, of several campuses.  There’s the Disneyland portion, there’s California Adventure, there are the resorts and hotels, there is the pedestrian mall of Downtown Disney, and acres and acres of support spaces. 

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Wonderful Week, Part One

My posts have been sporadic recently, and I apologize for that, but we’ve been out having fun.  In a series of posts I’ll show how having fun can sometimes be as easy as being a kid again, whether it’s having

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Architecture for Children

I haven’t talked about my work here before because…well, I’m not sure why except it as nice to have that clean break.  Life is not full of clean breaks, however, and things that are important in my work life are

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