Listen To Your Mother: I’m in the 2016 Metro Detroit cast (!)

March 16, 2016

Here’s why I wanted to do Listen To Your Mother: because I love story telling. It fills my aching soul with incomparable beauty. People are fascinating. Their stories, even ones I cannot readily find myself in, touch me in deep ways. I’m oddly not fond of reading, but have found that audio books really speak […]

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How To Get Through an Anxiety Attack: a 10 year old’s guide

December 14, 2015

My 10yr old daughter, Isabella, wrote this. She had to choose a procedural writing assignment topic, and this is what she chose. Bella has been dealing with anxiety for quite a while now, she has learned many tools from many people. She has good moments and bad moments and moments she can’t quite define. She’s learning just […]

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Why I Don’t Make a Big Deal of the First Day of School

September 7, 2015

We don’t really take Back to School pictures. I mean, I’ll usually snap a quick one of the girls as I’m headed out the door to work or something, but we don’t do a sign or a chalkboard or even a pose of any kind. I went to Bella’s first day, and Annika’s first day […]

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Two.

August 12, 2015

Blake’s been gone two years. Two years ago on Sunday. Sometimes the thoughts of him pass with no thought following at all, sometimes they even pass with a smile. Sometimes they make me wish I could reach in & take my heart physically out of my body because it beats so hard the tears feel […]

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It’s gettin Political up in here. [Canadian Leaders Debate, Election 2015]

August 7, 2015

I’m starting a political blog. Not here, don’t worry, I’m starting it on another site altogether. Let’s not get too excited, some of us are Canadian in here. For now, though, I’m going to keep my personal, editorial analysis of the Canadian Leaders Debate right here on my own blog. I got rid of cable […]

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