Monthly Archives: January 2013

Lots of Experience doesn’t make Asthma easy

As I listened to Kyle cough away last night – counting the time between coughs – I had to reflect on the fact that even with all the experience we have with dealing with Asthma emergencies with children, it’s never … Continue reading

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Keep on Truckin’

When this year started, I noticed that the drive into work wasn’t as tough or congested as it had been in the previous month. ¬†At first, I thought that perhaps folks were still on vacation but seeing as we’re in … Continue reading

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Mapping the Year

I don’t remember the last time I “stood” at the beginning of a new year and looked “forward” through the calendar positively thinking about the high-level plans/ thoughts/ wishes/ hopes that the upcoming days/ weeks/ months will bring. Although there … Continue reading

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Start the New Year, with a note about the last

Before jumping into 2013, I realized that there was one thing from 2012 that although mentioned on Facebook, I never cross-posted or discussed here. Those who’ve known me for a while know that I spent 9 months living in Emeryville, … Continue reading

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