The One in Which My Son Attempts Origami Jujitsu and I Learn a Lesson

I spend a lot of time reminding my children to do things. Shut doors. Flush toilets. Turn socks the right way out before they go in the laundry. Brush teeth. Make good choices. Be kind. Kindness costs nothing, I say. To treat others with kindness, I say. Be kind, I say. And on an on.... Continue Reading →

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Coffee in Bed

There's a rumor going around town that I bring my husband coffee in bed every morning. I'm writing to clear up any misconceptions and to set the record straight. The truth is this: I do bring my husband coffee in bed every morning. This has been a bone of contention of late, not within the... Continue Reading →

A Word to the Wise

Occasionally I am beset with fears that I will die suddenly. ¬†Apart from the obvious fear of not being around to supervise the day-to-day functioning of my family, the inconvenience my sudden demise would cause them, and the nagging worry that some lithe, blonde creature would step up and take my place, there are lots... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

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