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U-Turn-A Birth Surprise

      April 2002  Dear Zach, It is tradition that I write a poem for each child.  I never control them.  They come at their own pace and in their own way.  Yours has been hiding.  No wonder, it … Continue reading

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U-Turn-A Brother for Quinn

Ian’s Birth I first explored the wonders of ultrasound through pictures taken of my second and third grandchildren while they still inhabited the world of inner space.  The boy, Jeremy, curled up innocently in his black world but over his … Continue reading

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U-Turn-A Brother is Born

Central Park This u-turn has been spinning around in my head for weeks. Lately life has a way of creeping into my blogging goals and snagging them on flowery vines. I haven’t tripped but merely found myself breathing the deep … Continue reading

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U-Turns expressed in Word Music-from motorcycle to birth

  As you already know, it was my practice to write a poem for each newborn grandchild. This birth u-turn followed by several years a nearly disastrous u-turn that happened to this child’s father-my middle son. It was a Sunday … Continue reading

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from Parent to Grandparent I have a reputation in the family for getting lost while driving even when I know where I’m going.  U-turns are a fact of driving life with me. I really think that life changes are u-turns. … Continue reading

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