1,2,3: Let Go

I have spent 46% of my life parenting. Day in and day out, tending to the needs of my three children, adjusting my schedule to theirs, knowing where they are at virtually all times, feeling comforted that, at the end of the day, they are all under one roof with their heads resting on their... Continue Reading →

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Firsts and Lasts

The first time my eldest son, Ryan, saw his shadow marked the moment that I began living through my children's eyes. I remember a poem-- where mostly I was questioning the existence of God, in which I wrote "he put my eyes right inside my child's, so I could see, again, how beautiful it is... Continue Reading →

CHARACTER…

I'm not quite not sure how one teaches character or builds it. I think being a good role model is the best way to teach character-- by being kind, selfless, compassionate, empathetic. Building character seems to come more from overcoming obstacles-- personal tests of morality and emotion. Ryan- In Ryan's senior year of high school,... Continue Reading →

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