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So, in the time that we fled Massachusetts and I was forced to make the choice between my family and my career, I have taken time to look at the list of things we all have in our head which I call my ”Ought-a”, I ought-a do this, I ought-a do that...but I never have the time.
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I started writing here what seems long ago and as life has changed and moved it is time for me to move this ongoing diary as well. With one book out, The Greatest Wish, another The Intentional Father due in August and a newly launched Charity, We Hear The Children (www.wehearthechildren.org) I am moving my ongoing diary to that site. In the continuation to reach out to people who desire to become parents and to assist them in any way that I can.
So, I just finally logged into my blog to see how much time has slipped by since the last entry and I realize it is coming up on a year. I am amazed to mark the time and wonder how I have survived. The kids are playing out back and laughing and happy. I am trying to convey all that has happened to our family since the last entry in July of 2009, as the true nightmare began not long after that and it is just now that I feel like I can breathe. So, in my usual format I will take you through our journey and bring you up to date in snippet form.
Well we are fast approaching the middle for July and it is almost as if I can see the summer slipping by. The field behind the house was hayed yesterday. The process began in the early morning with the hay being cut, laid to dry in the sun, was tetted and then raked and baled by sundown. It is just before sun up the following morning and a gentle rain is falling on the field and I can now clearly see where the corn has been planted for silage for the fall.
I feel as though this year is a race to the finish line as we approach the end of the second quarter of the year and the summer is upon us despite the incessant clouds and the persistent rain. Life has entered a little bit of a lull, until the craziness of the summer starts and me feeling as I am not sure I know where everyone is during the day, but the weather I will take. So, let us see…where to begin?