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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UM: Atonement

In an earlier blog, I wrote about the Summer of Repairs, literally referring to the many things that have broken down and needed fixing this summer. At the time, I didn't realize how figuratively that title/entry applied to my summer. I see my life in chapters... time periods of themes, such as the playgroup period... Continue Reading →

UM: Playgroup

I picked up Tom Perotta’s book Little Children, and, while I loved the book (strictly from a fantasy perspective), I was disappointed by the turn it took. I identified with that playgroup. I lived it, especially the part where the main character forgets her child’s snack, and she becomes the worst mother in playgroup, the... Continue Reading →

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