Monthly Archives: May 2012

“So, what’s he good at?”

For those who have visited this blog before, you’ll know that our Coby is taking us on a path we never pictured as parents.   If you want to know more about this, check out this blog post I wrote last … Continue reading

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Letting go. And staring the answer. In the face.

The words that won’t leave me this week are “letting go”.  And as I begin, I’m not quite sure where this is going to lead.  For tonight, this blog is truly writing itself, to help me.  Hopefully as the dust falls away … Continue reading

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Only some have to play by The Rules. Apparently.

I take a deep breath as I start to write this.  I’m wading in, where many have been this week, and hope I don’t end up in over my head. Yes, I’m talking about the 4 Italian sisters from the … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day. An imperfect unconditional blessing. x

How was your Mother’s Day?  Mine was wonderful.  Not because of what happened, but because of what didn’t happen.  Somehow I have been blessed enough that I didn’t have to endure the heartache of my children or my mum (or … Continue reading

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Musings on Motherhood. My style.

Being a mum is weird.  And wonderful.  And exhausting.  And challenging.  And important.  And amazing.  And infuriating.  And, well, I could probably just write every single descriptor there is, and it would still be true.  Motherhood is certainly not pink … Continue reading

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LawyerLife. From a different angle.

Thanks so much for those of you who got into my last post, about my struggle and resolution and undoing and rebuilding around my own practice as a lawyer.  My practice is in family law, so the questions and struggles … Continue reading

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And with one comment. It was back.

I’ve thought and talked and written about the deep discomfort that ebbs and flows in me with my work.  Well, not my work as such, but the work that I do.  The industry I work in.  The impact we have on … Continue reading

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