Tag Archives: Indiana

Winter in photos

It’s been a long winter. On days like today, when temperatures once again struggle to reach the upper 20′s, the wind is blowing and there is a threat of more snow, it seems like it might never end. Writing anything … Continue reading

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A not so great loss, and remembering

Two days ago the unthinkable happened. I lost 4 months of photos.  Everything from July 30th of this year on.   Which means the trips to California, Vermont & St. Louis, not to mention our day at Coney Island and … Continue reading

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Indiana recap

For those of you who don’t see all the random photos I post on Facebook, we’ve spent the last 10 days in Indiana on my parent’s farm.   It’s always a good time.   Last year they had a crippling … Continue reading

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Images

It is officially winter, and the world did not end. The little corner of the world in which we currently find ourselves defines the holidays in our family.  In the 22 years I’ve lived in New York City, I’ve never … Continue reading

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Indiana Redux

I was looking through my Indiana photos and realized there were a few I didn’t post that are maybe worth sharing. Columbus, Indiana, for the uninitiated, is famous for its’ architecture.  This is almost entirely due to the efforts of … Continue reading

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Photos of the day

Possibly one of my favorite things about this particular trip? The great photo ops.   Here is today’s selection: But the best of the bunch today was most definitely this one:

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Country living

We arrived to a very hot, very dry Indiana yesterday.  Driving down the last few miles to my parents’ house we passed entire fields of corn that are lost to the drought.  Brown stalks of corn no more than 3 … Continue reading

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What we did this summer

Remember the first day of school when the teacher would ask you to write about what you did over the summer?    One year, it may have been when I started first or second grade, I wrote about finding a nest … Continue reading

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A good parent must be obsessed with water

Not once growing up did my mother exhort me to drink more water.      There was no concern about becoming dehydrated, and not because we never got hot or sweaty.   Farms in southern Indiana during the summer are hot, humid, sweaty … Continue reading

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Underscheduling as an action plan

Growing up I was a competitive gymnast.    Gymnastics was not something I did because my parents thought I should try it along with a myriad of other activities.    I did it because I wanted to.  Exclusively.    We were fortunate to … Continue reading

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