The Case for Mother’s Day

Surely we don't need a commercialized holiday like Mother's Day to tell us when to celebrate the mothers in our lives. No need to buy into this forced appreciation nonsense, right? We should celebrate and appreciate mothers every day! Uh huh. We should eat five servings of vegetables, floss and take 10,000 steps every day... Continue Reading →

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Nine Dads You’ll Meet at the Playground

Don't worry Moms, I wasn't going to let the Dads off the hook. My firstborn was a NYC kid until the age of four. Tiny apartments and no backyards = a lot of time spent in the playground. A LOT. Things didn't change much when we moved abroad. The playgrounds in Cyprus were dusty, the... Continue Reading →

An Otherwise Ordinary Day

My father died in the early hours of an otherwise ordinary, August day. As his body lay still, no longer hostage to late summer stickiness or mosquito whine, I was three states and a thousand thoughts and moments away. As the last thread binding him to me, to us, to this place and time finally... Continue Reading →

Stop the Madness

The local elementary school I attended as a child now sponsors "Walk to School Wednesdays." If you would like your child to walk to school you merely need to sign up, pledge to have a parent or other adult chaperone, and endure the police escort. Apparently walking to school, something that we neighborhood kids did from the... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

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