A visit to one of our favorite places–Coggeshall Farm in Bristol, Rhode Island . . . Stepping back to 1790 can put so much in perspective.
Please visit Sara Griner’s blog for another take on this project.
A picture is worth the proverbial thousand words—and that’s a good thing.
Because though I have written thousands since 23 July 2014, I am not quite ready to share them all.
So, in the interim, these will suffice.
A reunion for some, the start of something for others.
Delirious, joyful, and entrancing.
Thirteen years in the making.
And hearts fuller and more grateful than could ever have been imagined.
It was an innocent enough question from my oldest son: “Mom, why do you have to take pills for your high blood pressure every day?”
I wasn’t caught off-guard, and I didn’t feel defensive. Instead, I explained the genetic hand I had been dealt and how, despite my best efforts, managing it myself had proved ineffectual.
However, I wasn’t prepared for his response: “That means if you had lived, say, a hundred years ago, before high blood pressure pills had been invented, you might have already had a heart attack and died?”
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