The Krycho family has gotten through this year, though, and in better shape than we might have given 2020. COVID, taekwondo, music and more!
Me? Tongue-in-cheek? Never.
At looooong last… an update!
Most of life is neither good nor bad right now, exactly. The worst I can say for most of it is that it's low-level-stressful! We're still really happy to be here, grateful for our congregation, glad to be nearer to family, happy to have a house we can use to bless others.
It's strange: though we have been in Colorado for three full months already – and they have been full indeed – there is a real sense in which we are just starting this new phase of life now.
Since we moved to Colorado, a few pretty major things have happened. Our house date got bumped. My dad has a brain tumor. And we joined a church!
Hello! By the time you read this, we will have been in our new (temporary) home in Colorado Springs for about five days. Five days to process a new normal. Five days to
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This morning, as we were all going back and forth being silly (as we so often do), Kate declared to me: > Daddy, you're the icing on the monster cupcake! (We have Cookie Monster
Some people like to name their home schools. I would like to name mine, "My-Kind-Of Homeschool." Because so far, teaching kindergarten, at least (I'm SURE it gets a lot harder and I do
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