Tales From A Middle-Aged Marriage

I have a weak spot for sap and sloppy sentimentality, especially when it comes to music. I mean, truly. I get misty just thinking about Total Eclipse of the Heart. So you can imagine how fraught with emotion my middle-aged self was last week when John Legend's All of Me came up on my son's... Continue Reading →

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Speed Equals Distance Over Time

Living far away from family does funny things to what should otherwise be a straight forward equation. Especially when it comes to speed. And aging. Yes, I'm quite sure speed gets ramped up when you factor in long-distances and divide them by time spent with family. I see my mother and sister twice a year.... Continue Reading →

To My Son, Who is Turning Thirteen

Here we are, on the verge of big, bad teenagerdom. I'm not going to lie, I'm scared. Not all the time, and not even about the big, bad things, but nevertheless, she persisted worrying. Have I done enough? Have I reminded you to please and thank you enough? Taught you how to tell a joke... Continue Reading →

See You Next Tuesday

With any┬áluck my last political post will come sometime on Wednesday and will be about sweeping glass shards from the floor. My moods during the last six months have see-sawed, as has my conviction that in January The United States of America will inaugurate its first female President. I've gone through heartbreak, confusion, anger, rage,... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

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