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My blog is me in a nutshell. I try to capture my life through photographs and kind of go from there. My life is my kids and my husband so you will see them a lot. I dont get TOO personal and I generally stick with happy things on there!
Come take a walk in my shoes. Let me share with you about my journey as a wife and new mother...my continued struggles with infertility and the most difficult recovery from a failed IVF...and finally my many stories as a middle school teacher.
Two people who met while writing to each other through online dating. Very soon they fell in love becoming Mr. and Mrs. in November of 2009. Loving each other, family and friends and our little ratlets. It will only continue to get better and better.
DK Raymer is an author, screenwriter, and patient safety advocate. By day she runs a very cool national non-profit dedicated to patient advocacy. The rest of the time you can find her at I Also Write, where she has fun. A girl's gotta have fun!
I love going to auctions and markets ... love the excitement and the hunt for that special never know what I will find, sometimes I empty-handed, but it is less often. Even the most unpromising flea market has something just waiting to be discovered.
A mother of 4. I 'm from Jamaica, hubby is from Yemen. Our home is filled with cultural diversity, language mis-communications and other differences. My blog is about unschooling, life with a Rainbow baby, our Islamic & family journey & making it fun.
Four kids, two foodie parents, all trying to get along.
This blog chronicles the ups and downs of trying, hopefully not in vain, to get four kids to learn to enjoy food that doesn't come from a brightly colored box with no expiration date.
This blog is all about sharing my vision and beauty that resides here in my little neighborhood. The pictures I take are often edited for my own personal artistic impression so I can convey what I see down my lens.