Thanksgiving isn’t Lost This Year

It is just going to look different. Like so many, Darcy and I are avoiding travel for Thanksgiving. We are staying inside New England’s sphere of regional quarantine rules for Thanksgiving. It’ll be my first Thanksgiving without my family. It is disappointing. It is disappointing because of the role Thanksgiving plays in our family. It...
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Opening Up About CF in a New Place

Talking candidly about cystic fibrosis during the first few days of my freshman year at college was one of the most liberating experiences of my life. It went something like this: My roommate, David, and I lived in a room that was assigned to us via my appeal under the Americans with Disabilities Act. My...
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Nice Things Still Happen in This World

It’s true, in a world filled with chaos, nice things still happen. Yesterday that nice thing was meeting my niece, Winnie. Darcy and I had to wait the full two-week cycle from when Sydney returned home from the hospital before we could see the baby. The wait was borne out of an abundance of caution...
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