A little over three years ago I started talking to this guy. I had written a post on my Facebook page about a trip to the fair,… Read more “The End of Something Special”
There was anguish in her cries. And frustration. And sheer exhaustion. And yet the next day, there she was again, with breakfast on the table, school lunches packed, and our clothes laid out for school.
I LOVE to make people feel loved. And when it comes to my child, I’m constantly thinking about how I can make sure she knows she is… Read more “The Best Valentine’s Day Activity”
The road to dog rescue is paved with the 3 Bs: Bugs, Barf, and Bites, and I’ve had my share of them all. Date night with Karen… Read more “The people who you meet in dog rescue”
The Hamilton soundtrack has been in heavy rotation in our house for several months now, partly in preparation for a planned Broadway adventure on Lili’s upcoming birthday… Read more “Who lives, who dies, who tells your story”
But, then I found myself fallen from a treadmill at 9:45 at night with bruised and battered legs. “Jerry, HELP!”
Last night, as I was cooking dinner, my mind wandered onto thoughts of my grandmother as it often does. I started thinking about how full her life has been. She worked. She owned a business. She raised a family. She is an amazing friend. She was involved in politics. She served the town in various capacities, etc., and yet, at the end of every day, the thing that she feels pressed to do is cook dinner for “the kids.”
A list of things I’m totally digging at the moment and have to share with you!
In order to keep myself awake I’ve been compiling list of things “to do” when no one else in the world seems awake. Simply getting up and turning on the light does not work anymore (plus who would want to wake up my darling husband).
He is still a sensitive soul, but now in such a way that makes me so proud rather than so crazy.