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like everyone else

– Brooke and Katie, ‘Sconset 2013 – Katie and I are walking down South Beach Street, headed toward town. She’s telling me about a new favorite book, I Funny. These are the moments – the ones when she starts talking, really talking. Yes, these are the moments I grasp onto by my fingernails now. Her … Continue reading

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~ Last night was hard. For a lot of reasons. But after an evening of reasons, one nearly broke me. I read the story of Paul Corby. According to Strollerderby, Paul “has Left Ventricular Noncompaction, a rare, congenital disorder in which part of the heart muscle appears spongy, or β€œnon-compacted.” The heart is less able … Continue reading