Surfing Sunday 7.04

I hope everyone had a happy and safe July 4th, wherever you are. The four of us had ourselves a nice little day at home where we barbequed, played in a sprinkler, and set off noisemakers in our yard. Not that we really needed to set off noisemakers – so many people in our city…

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Surfing Sunday 6.28

It was my birthday yesterday, I’m officially 41! Mike and the kids put together a great quarantine birthday for me with thoughtful presents, delicious food, and lots of love and attention. I heard from my family and tons of friends, and felt very loved and special. We all know I LOVE gifts, but getting those…

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Surfing Sunday 6.14

My kids are now officially on summer break. It was hard to say goodbye to this school year, as weird as it was. I’m really proud of the way my kids adapted to distance learning, but we missed their teachers terribly. I’m excited for the next school year, no matter how it will look, and…

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Surfing Sunday 6.07

Last weekend, our James turned seven years old. It’s hard to believe he’s already seven, I still see my tiny baby whenever I look at him. Even though our hearts were heavy over George Floyd and countless others, we went all-out to celebrate our best guy’s day. We planned a “paper airplane car parade” and…

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Surfing Sunday 05.24

I’m feeling incredibly sad and frustrated this Memorial Day Weekend. As I write this, just under one hundred thousand people have died of the coronavirus in the United States, with 345,000 total deaths worldwide. I ache for the families who’ve lost their loved ones, and I am frustrated with the people who are out there…

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