Monthly Archives: June 2013

Gabe on the Go

As you may be aware, I frequently photograph my children. There’s been substantial evidence on this blog that I manage to get that right a lot of the time. But lately, Gabe has been making himself a harder target. Lately, … Continue reading

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The Quotable Abigail, Part 52

On her apparent solidarity with the plight of the wee folk: “We’re all leprechauns today.” On the Kentucky Derby odds: “But Charming Kitten might win more than we expect.” On things to shout from the other room when your parents … Continue reading

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The Trip Back East: Abigail’s Perspective

On the Saturday of our trip to Connecticut, a party was held at Castle Hubert, to celebrate the birthdays of Missy McDonnell and my mother, Pat, who defected from the Clan McDonnell to Clan Gorman some years ago. It was … Continue reading

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Wasted Youth

Last week I had my third piece of fiction published. Wasted Youth appeared in the July collection of flash fiction on the Kazka Press site. I’d tell you all about it, but it’s only just over 900 words long, so … Continue reading

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The Trip Back East: The Parental Perspective

We returned on Tuesday from our trip to New York and Connecticut. While we stayed in Greenwich, CT, it was definitely a multi-state trip. We crossed the border without even realizing it multiple times a day. You may be wondering … Continue reading

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