Stories of Kindness

  • Family Medical Motherhood

    More of This, Please

    The train car is filled with pine garland– sprinkled with reflective red, blue and green glittering ornaments. White lacy tissue puffs hang from the ceiling, swaying to the rhythm of the coasting sprinter. It…

    December 15, 2017
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    The Decision to Dance

    About a year ago, I was rushing through the church doors to Amazing Grace School of Performing Arts performance of The Lion King. Tyler was parking the car with 4-month- old Everett, 2 ½…

    November 16, 2017
  • Family Medical Motherhood

    Attended by Angels

    My dear Cambridge Community, When I received Deborah’s text about a gift for Nora (that HAD to be delivered before December 1st) I must admit I was quite curious! Curiosity evolved into eager anticipation…

    February 15, 2015
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    The Guy with a Tie

    It was Friday and Tyler was sad. You have to know him well to see the sad. He doesn’t speak it  (unless you pry of course). He wears it. Usually on his shoulders and…

    August 21, 2014
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    A Text from Tia

    Tyler and I have received Facebook messages, phone calls, Instagram posts, and text messages from friends and family this week telling us they are praying for baby Nora. One friend sets an alarm during…

    August 5, 2014
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    The Lady at Nordstrom Rack

    I was picking through a carousel of t-shirts at Nordstrom Rack. They were perfect, soft, moderately funky (like the trendy funky) and inexpensive. Why were they so cheap? Why wasn’t I having to fight…

    July 29, 2014