#96 What I Said At My Father’s Funeral

#96 What I Said At My Father’s Funeral

My father, my sweet Daddy, has been gone one year now today. I’m still picking up pieces of my heart, but I do have so much to be thankful for: my healthy, growing girls; the loving relationship I have with my step mom who is still across the driveway and doing well; and my husband, […]

#58: My License to Fib

#58: My License to Fib

Way back in the Stone Age when I was young, fifteen was a huge birthday to celebrate, because that was when you applied for your learner’s permit to drive. It was the first rite of passage into adulthood and likely one’s first joyous interaction with the Department of Motor Vehicles. I’m not even saying that […]

#50: Red Carpet Treatment

#50: Red Carpet Treatment

It is a common scene in Hollywood, especially during awards season. Bright lights, swarming paparazzi, beautiful people in designer dresses and tuxedos. Moments when a red carpet is no longer a simple floor covering, but a symbol of status and achievement. It is odd to have red carpet on the brain, so you might reasonably […]

#44: I’m a Horrible Mother!

#44: I’m a Horrible Mother!

I fed my children pasta with cheese and applesauce for dinner tonight. I let them watch TV just so I could make them this lame dinner. My children ate no vegetables today. One daughter’s room is painted blue and has a duck border. Yuck. The other daughter’s room is pink, but has a half-torn-down border […]

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