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“Growing up in Baltimore, being outdoors meant a trip into the backyard. And while we spent hours there building tree houses and swinging on the tire swing, it wasn’t really Nature. However, the year I turned eleven, and every summer thereafter, RoPa loaded us three kids into an RV and took us camping. We’d spend …

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“I’ve tried to make our last full week of summer extra special. I’m keenly feeling time slip through my fingers – a series of lasts before school starts up on Monday. Our last lazy morning together, last picnic lunch, last afternoon of building tiny legos upstairs beside me as I work. Things I love about …

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For those of you who know me or follow my work, you know that I’m dedicated to preserving my family’s history.  I started a personal project called “Stories of Family” back in September 2016, pairing a photograph with words of my family.  This spring I took a beautiful workshop with the thoughtful, generous, and awe-inspiring …

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Here’s a snapshot of our spring! “We had friends over the other night that had placed bets as to whether we’d unrolled our rug yet. It’s been sitting like this since we moved in the beginning of January. I know we should unroll it. Or lug it into another room. But it makes such a …

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Sarah and Tim have four amazing children.  Today they celebrated Ben’s 6th birthday.  It was like any other birthday — donuts for breakfast, stories about the birthday boy, a dinosaur cake with candles, singing, lots of playing and family time. But Benny is not like any other child.  He died when he was only 7 days old. The …

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