Before I dropped my son off to start his freshman year in college last month, I made myself two promises: 1. I would not cry when I… Read more “They’re Only Ours On Loan”
In a month my oldest son will be heading to Boston to begin his freshman year of college. It’s time to let my baby go and it’s… Read more “Packing for College: 2019 v. 1990”
My son turned eighteen earlier this month. I am now the mother of an adult child. I’m not sure how to feel about this. I remember… Read more “I Blinked and My Baby Turned 18”
Life is funny, and tends to have a way of working out (for the most part), if we simply set our minds on goals and work to achieve them.
Despite all the different ways our lives have unfolded since graduation, those smiles and the love fueling them, are ever present. I don’t think there is a more convincing testament to the strength of our friendships.
Last night I attended my niece Sabrina’s high school graduation. Being a mom of two girls aged 2 and 4, it’s not often I get to… Read more “Thoughts of a mom of young kids watching her niece graduate from high school.”