Stone Hearth Inn and Tavern
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So, this is IT! We are "ready" (I put quotations around the word ready because planning a 6ish week long road trip with three kids - can one truly really be 100% ready?). Tomorrow morning we leave bright and early for Niagara Falls, destination #1. Everyone is excited (and nervous) the house is secure, "see you laters" have been said, and we will be off on our adventure to see America! Tomorrow!! ...
... time has been spent packing, cleaning, organizing, finishing up school and work, more packing, finishing grad school stuff, making reservations, more cleaning, and more packing. Not too exciting yet.
We have spent the past few months thinking that this trip will be either totally amazing, or the worst experience of our lives (honestly, I bet it will depend on the day) and we will not know how it will go until it is too late!
Ack! We leave in a week!!!
... back to Dr. Remen's book. One of Dr Remen's stories is about a courageous uncle who after saving lives as a medic in a fierce WWII battle was awarded a Medal of Honor for bravery under fire. She quotes him saying you can be both brave and afraid at the same time. "[A]nyone who wasn't afraid in situations like war was a fool and they don't give medals to people for being fools. That being brave does not mean being unafraid. It often means being afraid ...
... br> I had been too sick to do much at all at home. Thank you Karen & Lindsay for the delicious soups. It was a treat and such a help. We all know someone who is ill or struggling from time to time. Many of you asked what you could do to help more times than once. I'm not good at saying please bring over some vegetarian soup or a treat (like Morano gelato - thanks Gloria:)) or can you pick up some fresh cut up fruit for me from the grocery store. What ...
So my father died on February 6th of this year
after a quite rapid decline over the last year, one that accelerated in the
last two months of his life after he was diagnosed with ineoperable renal
cancer. In his younger days my father was intolerant of heat but not bothered
much by the cold. In his old age, though, he hated the cold and kept the house
temperature in the high 70s F year round and even kept his room over 80* once I
bought him a ...