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adonnrowley

Aidan Donnelley Rowley

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Spring breakers. 🤣🤣
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Spring breakers. 🤣🤣
Wednesday. These are sad and surreal times and I find myself alternating between surrender and ...
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Wednesday. These are sad and surreal times and I find myself alternating between surrender and shock. I know how lucky we are. To be here. To be together. To be able to weather this. But, still, I feel a waxing and waning dread, a keen sense that the days ahead will be more and more uncertain, unfamiliar. And yet there are bright spots. The sun is shining and the birds are full of glorious song. The girls are spending much of the day outside, indulging in endless soccer. We are sitting around the table for simple, tasty meals. I’m getting to see my baby sister and baby nephew every day. Except for some annoying seasonal allergies, we all feel well right now. I will take none of this for granted. Day by day, we go. That’s all any of us can do right now. Sending big love and healthy wishes to all of us right now. And THANK YOU to all you medical heroes out there. ❤️❤️❤️
File this under #coronagoals. <span class="emoji emoji2728"></span><span class="emoji emoji2728"></span><span class="emoji emoji2728"></span> (Thank you to my dear friend and birthday girl @taramandynyc ...
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File this under #coronagoals. ✨✨✨ (Thank you to my dear friend and birthday girl @taramandynyc for posting this).
Mood.
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Mood.
Monday. Just us and the magnificent falls. <span class="emoji emoji2728"></span><span class="emoji emoji2728"></span><span class="emoji emoji2728"></span>
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Monday. Just us and the magnificent falls. ✨✨✨
Sunday at 12:30pm. When I was a tween/teen I complained about coming here. Because it was away from ...
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Sunday at 12:30pm. When I was a tween/teen I complained about coming here. Because it was away from it all. In the middle of nowhere. That’s precisely why I’m grateful to be here now. I’m sitting outside in the chilly sunshine, listening to the birds sing. It’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay, they croon. The sky is bright blue and the girls are in the big field playing soccer, teasing each other and laughing. Watching them soothes me. So does reading my book and remembering all the good times I had here as a girl. I’m limiting my exposure to MSNBC. It’s vital to stay informed - oh and I will - but constant exposure causes me - and i imagine many of us - pure panic. There’s no formula for how to deal with this time beyond the imperative basics - washing hands, serious social distancing, doing our part to help the medical professionals do theirs. Sending good healthy wishes to all during this surreal, transformative time. ✨✨✨
First official night of spring break calls for s’mores. 🥰
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First official night of spring break calls for s’mores. 🥰
You can’t cancel passion. <span class="emoji emoji26bd"></span>️<span class="emoji emoji2764"></span>️ #therowlets
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You can’t cancel passion. ⚽️❤️ #therowlets
Here we are. At my childhood country home in the Berkshires. Hunkering down for who knows how long. ...
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Here we are. At my childhood country home in the Berkshires. Hunkering down for who knows how long. We ate pizza from Stateline where we picked up pizza from most Friday nights of my childhood. Hubby is making a late-night grocery run to Stop + Shop and I’m unpacking. The girls just devoured bowls of Moose Tracks ice cream and are now cuddled up watching Netflix on the single TV which means I can’t watch the news. The cats are exploring and seem a bit off-kilter, but aren’t we all. Tomorrow @tdonnelley and her crew arrive. These are tough times, but there will be life and love and family. ✨✨✨
Friday. We sisters have been delaying dealing with all the stuff at Mom’s, for logistical and emotional ...
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Friday. We sisters have been delaying dealing with all the stuff at Mom’s, for logistical and emotional reasons. Nothing like a health emergency to spring us into action. Today movers packed up the first wave of furniture that we will bring to the Berkshires where we will hunker down for the foreseeable future. I had a moment last night, after posting pictures of ridiculous pretty paper for kiddo collages, where I felt tears welling in my eyes and myself coming undone. My good guy asked how I was doing and I could barely answer. And yet. I kept going and we played Scattergories and I fell asleep while everyone else watched Frozen 2. These are the strangest and scariest of times and yet I continue to be thankful for so much. We can do this, and we will. How are you guys doing wherever you are? ❤️❤️❤️
Wednesday afternoon. Life feels surreal. There have been tears about canceled tournaments and ...
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Wednesday afternoon. Life feels surreal. There have been tears about canceled tournaments and suspended seasons. We are watching infection numbers rise and the stock market tumble. We are debating whether to hunker down and stay put in our beloved, tough-as-nails city or flee for the country. We are grateful for our choices. We are walking the line between panic and perspective, this precarious present moment and the deep knowing that we will get through this. Our girls are young and resilient, but old enough and bright enough to comprehend that this is sobering, unchartered territory. Our little girls are playing in the park and we just took a walk with our firstborn and stocked up on board games and beautiful papers for collages. I’m thankful to have @glennondoyle’s brilliant latest which I plan to savor page by page. It feels right to write about this time because I know in the future we won’t quite remember all the hues of strangeness and fear we are living now. Sending love and hope to all of us now, particularly those who are sick or at risk and those brave, experienced souls at the front lines of this profound medical crisis. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼❤️❤️❤️
These are uncommon times. Our kids are looking to us right now. They see how we are carrying ourselves ...
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These are uncommon times. Our kids are looking to us right now. They see how we are carrying ourselves amid uncertainty. We must do what we can to keep them age-appropriately informed, and calm. We must make decisions about what they and we can and cannot do. We must be willing to disappoint them. We are staying away from big crowds and public spaces. We have made the personal family decision to avoid air travel. We are beginning to rethink eating out. Things are in flux and we must stay educated and nimble. Fear - in moderation - is not necessarily a bad thing. We must let the lessons of other countries humble us and guide us. We must alter our behavior to protect the most at risk among us, and to flatten the infamous curve. We must come together now by staying apart. What a strange concept. I’m grateful for these three girls, for their willingness to roll with the punches, and for the fresh air of this precarious world. ❤️❤️❤️
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