What will I remember of the last 365 days? What is my hope for the year ahead? Continue reading My 2015 Review, by the numbers
Shared from “To Be Continued.” Every now and again, those quizzes circulate social media, asking us to identify silly things like our greatest fear or biggest regret. The answers are easy for me: fear itself, and no regrets. (Okay, full … Continue reading Only One Regret
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,400 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 40 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the complete report. Continue reading 2014 in review
At Christmastime, when the hot buttered rum and homemade toffee are plentiful and the holiday music is on 24/7, I always find myself telling people the one thing my ex-husband had right about me: he called me a Christmas Crackhead. … Continue reading What My Ex Had Right: A Christmas Reflection
(Pulled this out from my “archives” and thought it was worth posting.) I sent Em to her room this morning for back talking. When she came out 10 minutes later, she was pulling a pink suitcase and said she was … Continue reading A 6-year-old tries out homelessness (for fun)
So many things in our world are upsetting. We have so many reasons to fear. But in the midst of us are these children of ours who are like sponges and we can help them soak up so much good: … Continue reading A Brighter Tomorrow for Today’s Parenting “Heroes”
Nice to see you here, with your cup of joe in hand. Let’s settle in and ruminate together. What’s going on that’s worth talking about? What stories are worth sharing? What experiences beg to be told, again and again? That’s what we’re here for. Continue reading Hola. Bonjour. Hello.