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Aww, reading this makes me miss you. Your wedding day was so special and your mom's spirit was there with all of us for sure. :)
Ezra Jack Keats is one of my favorites, too!

Holy Mackerel. This is an amazing post. I have now bookmarked pretty much everything/one you've linked to. Just lovely...

Thanks Shayna and Cornelia! Im still so sad that we couldnt make it to your wedding Cornelia!

I absolutely love the progression from blk/white old photography to the color illustrations and then end n with the
photo with such etheral qualities.

Your mother was so much! Miss her. Miss you.

Really amazing photos. I'm jealous of your family cabin by the lake; that's what my husband and I want to create for future generations of our family! Thanks for sharing all of this beautiful stuff with us!


You are such a talented person. I loved reading this - so touching and full of love. Sometimes you follow someone on Twitter or whatever, and you don't really know the depth of that person. Thank you for revealing such a touching portrait.

what a great post! you have such an amazing family - you've clearly inherited so much from them. thank you for sharing with us! :)

Thanks so much for putting up with all of us and putting it all together. I dont know where you find all the energy!

love all of this. you've got some great stories, i especially love the resume! inspires me to get back to keeping journals & writing things down. i also love the photograph of the girl (you?) and the big dog! how could a cute pup like that NOT be welcome ;)

That photo is me, my mother took it. I should take pictures of all the journals of my grandfathers and post them. We wrote them in several languages.

your post was awesome, i could relate to a lot of what you said in the beginning of it, your mom sounds like she was a pretty amazing woman!

Your grandfather's resume has officially blown my mind.

Incredible post Sara. Seriously, WOW.

Just discovered you via Shilo's twitter.
Found that resume to be incredibly interesting - especially since I curently live a few blocks away from "48 St. Marks Place, St. George, Staten Island, New York." :)

Heather, I would LOVE it if you could take a picture of the building! Please! I wont be back in NYC until July.

Sara - of course I could take a photo for you. I'm pretty sure it's a house... where can I send it?

Oh that would be great!
lostbirdfound at the gmail! Thank you so much!

I love the photo of you as a child, it says so much about you and what kind of childhood you must have had!

Don't know what is wrong what is rite but i know that every one has there own point of view and same goes to this one..

We would certainly want to have some slack in the food system so that unexpected drops in production in a particular region can be compensated by production from other regions.

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