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Mom, I ok!

Mom, I ok!

If you ask Nick, today is the best day of the year.  It is even better than Christmas or Easter, or anything.  It is his birthday.  Born in 1979, he is 38 today.  Each year, he is so excited as he anticipates the arrival of the 19th of August...... Read More

Strengthen each other.

Strengthen each other.

25 years ago we purchased our log home in Carnation from our friends Allen and Leonie Hunt.  They are visiting with us this weekend.  We remarked how both families have been blessed by our friendship.  When we bought their house, we inherited...... Read More

Eat Dessert First, Life Is Uncertain!

Eat Dessert First, Life Is Uncertain!

In the early 1980’s there was a dessert place in Seattle, that had the marketing slogan, “Eat Dessert First, Life Is Uncertain!” Arden and I adopted this as a family motto.  Circumstances always remind us that life is uncertain...... Read More

Ask for what you want.

Ask for what you want.

Nick will speak his mind.  His speech is not always understood by others and often we become his translators.  He also isn’t always aware of expected cultural social behavior.  Sometimes this turns out to be funny, sometimes it is not so...... Read More

Regular visits to the Doctors.

Regular visits to the Doctors.

Today we had our semi-annual visit with Nick’s neurologist at Swedish.  His name is Dr. Doherty.  We think that he is awesome, and not only just  because of his name.  I was thinking today as we left his office how grateful I am for medical...... Read More

Pay no attention to that woman behind the curtain!

Pay no attention to that woman behind the curtain!

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I got a joke!

I got a joke!

Years ago, when Nick was still in high school, he began noticing social conversations more and more and wanted to participate.  Often after dinner, someone in our family would say, “did you hear the one about…” which would...... Read More