My son is almost four, and as he gets older and into more activities, I've begun to think more about my own childhood. Not surprising I suppose (we all tend to make everything about ourselves), but I'm noticing one major difference in his world vs. my past world that's starting to concern me: The lack… Continue reading Where Are All The Kids?
In Ocala, next to a church that my parents sometimes attend, there is a small and lovely wooded area. It’s the type of woods that have you daydreaming that any minute Edward and Bella might emerge, kissing and scaling trees. At least that’s what I was daydreaming about while hiding from my family and my… Continue reading It’s Okay To Not Be Okay
A woman I have never met, and possibly will never meet carried my son in her body for 37 weeks. I remembered the nurses saying the words “37 weeks” because he was just a little bit small at birth weighing 6lbs and 8ounces, and in the couple months that followed, friends and family would ask… Continue reading True Love
Since this is a new blog site with possible new readers, I thought I'd take the opportunity with this first post to introduce myself ...but as I went to do so, I came upon a conundrum: Where do I start? I mean, who am I, really? When it comes to describing who you are to… Continue reading Who I Am