Dearest Don Raine – This Was 2017

I regret that I didn't write and share photos more in 2017 in this special space. The loss of Grandma Mary at the end of 2016 extinguished a spark in my heart. I worried that the spark could never return. I now know that her death changed me, Leah, as I know myself, evermore. It … Continue reading Dearest Don Raine – This Was 2017

After MRI Results

Dan is super chill. There just isn't much that can ruffle him. He gets scanxiety (scan anxiety) just like the best of us, but he never really worries or freaks out. The only way I know how to describe him to people is that he is "zen." There's not much that can ruffle his feathers. … Continue reading After MRI Results

We Are Moving (Again)

      In 14 days, we are moving to my dad's house in Washington. We will also get another round of scan results. Honestly, I can't figure out what I want to write about. I feel numb with exhaustion. The move wasn't an easy decision. There were so many different layers to our choice. I still … Continue reading We Are Moving (Again)

Roots, Interests, and Limitations

For making a big decision about how you are going to spend the majority of your minutes in a day, especially in such a way that you might be provided compensation for your time, I have always failed pretty miserably. I think too big, I think too small, I hop around with ideas, or I … Continue reading Roots, Interests, and Limitations

Why I’m Writing Holiday Cards Now

Our culture loves itself a holiday card! There seems to be a mad dash in the month of December to get. those. cards. out! I have always been caught up in that race, but not because I felt pressured to participate. I genuinely loved the act and the intention. Just maybe not the deadline. I have … Continue reading Why I’m Writing Holiday Cards Now