Liv Hambrett

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July

To read a little bit more about the bigger project the following is an excerpt from, click on over to January.  * One afternoon, I’m decluttering the kids’ rooms picking out… Continue Reading

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June

To read a little bit more about the bigger project the following is an excerpt from, click on over to January.  * Otis is our first family pet. Growing up, we… Continue Reading

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May

Oh gosh, it was hard being disciplined this month. I didn’t write nearly as regularly as I have been writing – puppy, kids, work, life – and I am determined… Continue Reading

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April

To read a little bit more about the bigger project the following is an excerpt from, click on over to January.  * April will always be autumn. Seasons are in me… Continue Reading

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March

I found writing this month difficult somedays, not for lack of things to write about but because … I suppose because it felt heavy with Weltschmerz. The excerpt below feels… Continue Reading

Life

December

It’s Heiligabend, the most important of the three days of Christmas in Germany.  I think 900 people died yesterday and the day before and the day before that. The numbers… Continue Reading

Life

Shelter

In late summer, the hydrangeas fade, bleached by the sun. Instead of those impossible 1950s blues and purples that always remind me of my grandmothers, they look like they have… Continue Reading