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In honor of a WWII veteran

My late paternal grandfather, John L. Pody, served as part of the Army Corps of Engineers during World War II.  He in the Aleutian Islands just off of Alaska.  His skill in fishing and hunting helped keep his fellow soldiers warm … Continue reading

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Just Write: A Proposal

I’m linking up with Heather today for my first ever Just Write. All I hear are the soft clicks of a colleague typing on her laptop and a muffled conversation to my left. I am sitting in my brown cubicle … Continue reading

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The Climb

A week ago today, I spent my Friday morning hiking with my good friend, a fellow Warrior Mom, in support of the fundraiser for Postpartum Progress, Inc. “Climb Out of the Darkness”.  It was overcast, but we wanted to get in … Continue reading

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Daddy’s Princess

It amazes me how much my daughters have my husband wrapped around their little fingers.  He is an amazing dad.  Munch and Skeeter worship the ground that their daddy walks on.  Munch loves to help her dad in the yard.  … Continue reading

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Dare: February update

I’m linking up with Just Be Enough for my monthly update on my one word focus for this year. My confidence is soaring. My partner in crime for LTYM gave me a gentle nudge to write a blog post for … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing Right: Self-Care Valentine’s Edition

I’m linking up with Jaime today to celebrate what I am doing right this week. In honor of Valentine’s Day, I have decided to not only shower my girls and my husband with love and affection, but I am also … Continue reading

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Pour Your Heart Out: Ripping the Scab Off an Old Wound

***Trigger warning: If you are feeling fragile or struggling, this post might be triggering.  I talk about intrusive thoughts and infanticide.*** When I first heard the news of this infant death, I reached out to a wonderful PPD advocate, Lauren … Continue reading

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