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Archive: 05 2013
Bumpyboobs
May
29

Crazy Weird Life and My Wedding Anniversary

Today is May 29th, 2013. I’m in a coffee shop looking out toward the busy street. There are scooters and shops and buses and dogs. It’s raining, but I guess that’s okay; it means I get to wear my giant rain boots that are this gorgeous royal blue. There is only one piece missing from this scene, and… Read More

countesstt
May
28

I FALL TO PIECES

So now we had the results.  And we fell to pieces.  When we left the doctor’s office after getting the news and recovering from our initial meltdown, we made our way outside to the car and then we just sat there and didn’t know what to do.  All of a sudden our lives had changed without us asking for it… Read More

riding shotgun
May
28

Hope lives.  Zach's legacy.

This is worth reading.  The video is worth watching.  The song is worth listening to.  The lyrics are worth absorbing. 'Nuff said. http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/20/health/sobiech-viral-video-death/index.html?c=homepage-t&utm_source=buffer&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Buffer&utm_content=buffer9ea2d Read More

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clawson
May
27

After the Happily Ever After

Once upon a time there was an evil disease that invaded a body and ravaged a family. In response, many of the local villagers banded together to defeat the evil disease and declare the body a safe and happy place once again. The disease was gone, the villagers cheered and everyone lived happily ever… Read More

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countesstt
May
24

DOCTOR DOCTOR GIMME THE NEWS

Mike and I headed into the city to meet with our family doctor.  (I will refer to her as Dr. Family.)  She took us into her office right away and the three of us sat down.  The first thing she said was that she was glad that we were both there.  It was like moving in slow motion into a bad dream.  Dr.… Read More

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