THE DULLUM FILE Thanks
Thanksgiving is one of the most reflective of holidays. At least it is for me. Sometimes about now I like to make a little list of some of the things I'm thankful for.
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HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Everything You Need to Know About Adding a Mudroom to Your Home!
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An early morning headache called for a couple ibuprofens. I raided the office stash, pouring two tablets into the palm of my hand.
When I looked again, there was only one. I started scanning the office floor frantically for the missing ibuprofen.
FARGO – A rock star- themed party aimed at matching families with kids in the Adults Adopting Special Kids program is scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m. June 7 at the mega shelter at Trollwood Park in north Fargo.
Having a baby. What a rush. Everyone loves a baby, but a baby changes people. It brings out all kinds of emotions and behaviors that you don’t typically see on display. And I don’t mean just during the birth.
ST. PAUL – Cathleen Zelinski was eager to visit her family in North Carolina but didn’t know how she would manage the flight with her granddaughter, Aleena. Zelinski and her husband have raised the now 4-year-old since birth. Aleena is on the autism spectrum, doesn’t speak and wanders off. She gets easily overwhelmed by new experiences, and Zelinski worried about meltdowns in the airport.
Maja Beckstrom, St. Paul Pioneer Press
May 18, 2014
A friend of mine posts a picture of her baby on Facebook every day. In each one, the infant is perfectly dressed and has an adorable smile on her face.
“How the heck do you get your kid to sit so well for pictures?” I finally posted on one last week.
Casselton, N.D. - In that hectic time between the final school bell and dinner, Tanya Parker pauses to shoot some hoops with her boys and play piano with her soon-to-be stepdaughter before quizzing another future stepdaughter on her spelling words and making sure another daughter is caught up on her math homework.
FARGO – The card and phone call Kaleigh Miller receives each Mother’s Day remind her that she made a difficult but positive decision six years ago.
At 16, Kaleigh was pregnant and knew she couldn’t give her daughter the life she deserved, so she worked with The Village Family Service Center to create an open adoption plan.
One afternoon I was visiting with my friend, Valerie, and she began telling me about her grandpa, George, who was recently diagnosed with colon cancer at age 94. He lived in a nursing home in Fargo, but the last year found him in and out of the hospital on several occasions. Valerie talked about the toll hospital stays and moving from place to place took on George. Her mom was also exhausted from taking him to continuous doctor appointments and tests.
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