Song of the Week

Huffington Post is calling the Boston area a war zone, more are dead, and terror is now taking hold of the residents in Watertown. Before learning about what transpired overnight in Boston, I had thoughts of a happy, uplifting song for Song of the Week. But after learning of the early-morning events, and a story about […]

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This week I wrote about a recent struggle with balance. The work side of life had been tipping the scale a bit more than I like and, as a result, I felt frustrated. After writing about it I felt good; Sean, the kids and I had a fun movie night, I stopped working at 3 […]

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I almost exclusively listen to Pandora radio and have little knowledge of pop culture, which means I am not the most hip mom with new singers or top ten songs on the charts–and I rarely know music on the radio as a result. So when a song I actually know well (i.e., I can sing […]

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If you read my post yesterday, you know I am supposed to be unplugged until late afternoon today. You are probably judging me, thinking that I am feigning illness to write this post from the bathroom on my iPhone. Let me assure you–I wrote this on Friday, scheduling it to publish today. But the iPhone […]

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It’s a cold, grey, rainy day in the D.C. area today. This means that even though it’s National Margarita Day, I will not be going to my favorite Tex-Mex restaurant for Swirls tonight (frozen sangria and margarita layers in one fabulous drink). Yes, the weather is that dismal.  Or I am a loser. It could […]

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Show Me Heart

February 14, 2013

in Song of the Week

After dinner out with Sean last night, we went to see one of our favorite bands, Mumford and Sons, in concert. As the opening act was ending, and we waited for Mumford band members to take the stage, I felt an overwhelming amount of happiness and love. With his arms wrapped around me, I realized […]

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