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this explains a lot

2014 May 1
by Rachel Turiel

a lot as in…everything.

rachel turiel007photo by Rick Scibelli Jr.

  1. The single tulip that Rose extracted from my parents’ bouquet. Which goes to show, if you don’t ask for what you want…
  2. There is never no one stapled to my body (which I will miss tremendously someday).
  3. The placement of the toilet in the center of our house, which I still haven’t made peace with after 12 years.
  4. The continuous rotation of undies and whatnots on the drying rack.
  5. Where is Dan? Doing something productive, likely.
  6. Fresh Mancos deer roadkill backstraps trimmed and ready for the grill (amounting to three deer transported home in Dan’s company work truck. Shhh.)
  7. Stuff and love, everywhere and lots of it.

Mucho blessings,

Rachel

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13 Responses leave one →
  1. Drew Thayer permalink
    May 1, 2014

    You are the constant center of a whirling, ever-changing, ever-present gyre of love. This picture brings back a flood of warm memories. Blessings to you all!

    I particularly like the couch-pile slowly drooping onto the floor, it’s like indoor erosion.

  2. May 1, 2014

    We’re a group of volunteers and opening a new scheme in our community.
    Your site provided us with helpful info to work on. You have done an impressive task
    and our whole community might be thankful to you.

  3. Becky permalink
    May 1, 2014

    looks like a home full of love and that is what life is SUPPOSED to be all about. You and Dan GET it. Have a great day

  4. May 1, 2014

    Whenever I’m in a hurry and feel annoyed when my kids hang on to me, I remind myself, “once they decide to let go someday, you will never be loved this way again.” And then the hanging on becomes a comfort, rather than a nuisance.

    • May 1, 2014

      This post and this comment bring tears to my eyes, happy-sad, sweet-salty tears. xo

      • May 1, 2014

        Seriously. Me too. “You will never be loved this way again.” Who knew this was a fleeting and life-changing byproduct of motherhood?

  5. Ellie permalink
    May 1, 2014

    Blessings to you, too, Rachel…

  6. Natalie permalink
    May 1, 2014

    A sight that inspires love, heart humming, inspiration, and huge grins for sooooooooo many of us across the world. The world! Those kids, that couch, those tiles, that table – all of it is familiar to your loyal readers and gives us actual nourishment. xo

  7. Andrea permalink
    May 2, 2014

    what an awesome post!
    where else could you put the toilet in 800 sq feet??

    (i would hashtag this #everyone poops. if i knew what a hashtag actually meant. lol)

    • May 2, 2014

      And I, who also doesn’t know about hastags would hashtag it: #everyone poops, and in our house everyone knows about it

  8. May 2, 2014

    IF i cou;d trade places id like to be one of your kids either one would be a treat! Col made me want to sloch in the water because im hot at the moment. Love ya! Ginny

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