A Tale of Two Fourths

As a kid, I used to look up into an inky sky and watch fireworks explode over my neighborhood. This was the 70s. There were no town-funded displays, it was the family down the block whose Dad knew a guy who knew a guy. The backyards weren't yet fenced off and ¬†the street was one,... Continue Reading →

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Mother Heart

I am not a religious person. I don't got to church or temple or mosque. I don't pray or bend a knee to Goddess or God. But after nearly fourteen years of motherhood I have come to believe in something, something fierce and ¬†powerful and universal. Something outside of me, completely out of my control.... Continue Reading →

Care and Maintenance Of Your Brits

Congratulations! Whether you've decided to adopt a Brit, befriend one, or like me, marry and have children with one, I'm confident you'll benefit immeasurably by the addition. Having a Brit in your life will enrich it. You'll learn new words like twee and new uses for old words like fanny. You'll enjoy hours of endless... Continue Reading →

The Breakfast Club

It's not often I drop my kids at school. The thirteen year-old is in charge of his own schedule and the ten year-old, who almost is, cycles in with his father. On the rare occasions I am in the a.m., I usually spot The Breakfast Club. On any given school day the mothers of the... Continue Reading →

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