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Why Move to the White Mountains

This morning while walking our dog in below zero weather, I redirected my attitude towards winter’s wrath here in the White Mountains by brainstorming all the reasons I love living here.  My reward for the pre-work dog walk in frigid temps was a glorious sunrise and a heart shaped ice chunk.  Having lived in the… Continue reading Why Move to the White Mountains

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Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Blog, February 20, 2019: “February Family Love”

February has some truly spectacular skiing in New Hampshire most years as enough snow has fallen, and the sun comes out for longer days and warmer temps than it does in January. This year, particularly, needed February to arrive. Maybe the “year” didn’t, but I sure did. January was harder than usual, but now that… Continue reading Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Blog, February 20, 2019: “February Family Love”

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Christopher and Dana Reeve Blog, February 1, 2019: “When Anniversaries Come in the Form of Spinal Cord Injuries and Service Dogs”

I’ve written about my husband Geoff’s spinal cord injury anniversary on January 29 before, and in the world of Google, one would think I could track it down. No luck. But this year, the same week we honor his 24th year of being a T7-8 paraplegic and the work he’s done since sustaining that injury,… Continue reading Christopher and Dana Reeve Blog, February 1, 2019: “When Anniversaries Come in the Form of Spinal Cord Injuries and Service Dogs”