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A few days ago, we were having a rough day here at La Maison McKenna.We were in a car wreck and then the very next day my daughter Elodie came down with a cold and an ear infection. Everything was all out of whack, including my attitude. Which meant that my heart was out of [...]2 Comments »
Greg and Megan are “naturals.” They enjoy the same things and can even finish each other’s sentences. Katie and Walt are anything but naturals. Their interests lie at different ends of the spectrum. With little in common, they continually must adapt to each other and struggle to find ways to connect. Who do you identify [...]No Comments »
One of humanity’s quirks is that people actually like to be scared. At least, pretend scared. Kids (and often adults) dress up as ghouls, ghosts, pirates, and their favorite costumed superheros and villains and run around from house to house shouting “Trick of Treat!” and demanding candy. I’ve always thought Halloween is one of the [...]3 Comments »
My daughter Katie recently accepted a teaching job and moved out of state. As I helped decorate her apartment and she settled in, our “To Do” list for Tuesday included shopping for classroom items, including a picket fence to be placed at the base of the bulletin board. It seemed like a reasonable project given [...]No Comments »
I love stories of hope and redemption, stories that grab you and don’t let go until you see them to completion. I love it when a story speaks a truth so real that you can’t get it out of your head. Recently, I read just such a story: Wildflowers From Winter by Katie Ganshert. Wildflowers [...]3 Comments »
I have my meals planned this week. But rather than posting my plan (it’s just pasta Monday, fish Tuesday, meatless on Wednesday, frozen leftovers on Thursday), I thought I’d post my rationale for eating together. When I was out walking recently, my daughter Katie said to me, “You know what I like about our family, [...]2 Comments »