Empty Nest: Someday is Today

A vignette of the youngest of three and only daughter going off to college… It had been looming. But I put it out of my mind. Concerned  myself with matters of the day. Reminding Alexa to write her thank you notes. Going to Target one last time, although we’d said that last time. Keeping up... Continue Reading →


Phantom Children

Sending a child off to college is what I'd imagine severing a limb is like. You feel phantom pain long after it's gone; though in this case, it's more like a sense of longing than actual pain. I recall telling my mother, during my first pregnancy, "I just can't wait to get this A.F.P. screen... Continue Reading →

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