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Zen Abigail

“Daddy, I hear Crickets” she said. Her hand rested in mine as we walked home from the Farmer’s Market. We could still hear the band playing classic rock, the words indistinguishable, the music rising and falling behind us. “I hear them too. Sometimes you have to be still to hear things. Do you know how […]

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Music Monday – For Abigail, Because It Already Is

Today is my first daughters birthday. Her letter has been writing itself in my heart these last four years, and I’ll post it soon, but it’s Music Monday. I sang this song to Abigail every time I put her to bed, from infancy until she was two and started asking for different songs. I still […]

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Eaters, Of A Certain Variety

A few weekends ago, I decided to make fried chicken, the way my momma didn’t taught me. I thought it would be a nice compliment to mashed potatoes and creamed spinach, and I thought the girls might actually eat it. Did I mention that I’ve been stockpiling Chik-Fil-A sauce? Cooking with the girls is tricky, […]

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