d Two weeks ago, my eldest son and I rushed after school to our local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) … Continue reading what the DMV and tea taught me
While treading the worn hallway, upstairs, I heard my eldest son’s ringtone from the furthest reaches, downstairs. With one last … Continue reading imperfect days and third options
This week has been a rough and bumpy ride. Traditionally on the last Friday of summer vacation we head to … Continue reading riptides act -tion
It’s amazing how this one word, popular, can create such havoc. I usually attribute this word to tweens and teens as … Continue reading what’s popular. white elephants
And you go though life so sure of where you’re headin’, And you wind up lost and it’s the best … Continue reading voices not heard
Yesterday I found myself between the two door frames of my sons’ bedrooms. I had not realized I had bolted … Continue reading jolt & bolt, taxes & fire
761 pictures 13o posts That doesn’t include today. It’s been exactly a year since I hesitantly posted my thoughts online. … Continue reading Can someone adopt my family?
My steering wheel is my ally; my smartphone is my witness. I am reaching my tipping point with the parents … Continue reading parent vigilante