I spent the day shopping with my daughter J yesterday. We had such a fun time-and I’d like to say that it wasn’t just because I was spending extraordinary amounts of money on her. It’s true that I was spending money on her, but only because she needed summer clothes…and wanted to go shopping with… Read More To The Moon and Back
I’ve had this major epiphany. Either that, or I have completely lost my mind. This is the “epiphany” I had recently. I want to be a writer. I take that back. I am already a writer. I want to be a “professional.” Yep. That has always been a dream of mine, ever since I wrote… Read More Is This a Mid-Life Crisis?
I’m sorry. All day I have been thinking about these words. The other day I ran into someone who I have known for a long time, but don’t talk to very often. In fact, it has been quite a while. Do you know the type? The person you knew a long time ago and were… Read More I’m Sorry
When I was a little girl, I had a plan. After I graduated from high school, I would go to college and get a degree. Then I would travel the world for 3 years, after which point I would get married and have 4 children. Three boys, and a little girl who would be protected… Read More When Life Turns out Differently than You Planned
This is an excerpt from a paper I wrote for a Rhetorical Theory class. I am not an expert on Autism; nor do I claim to be one. However, as the mother of four children-three of whom are on the Austism spectrum, these are things I often think about. As the mother of three children… Read More On the Ambiguity of Autism