Last weekend, I was at my high school reunion, which did not go at all to plan, thanks to a certain restaurant in Detroit t
This seems to be an ongoing theme in my life as a mom. Surrender is the focus and central component in parenting our youngest.
It’s finally going to stay in the 70s and 80s! The weather is shaping up to agree it’s time for summer to begin. Phew! I sure am ready.
As you probably know by now, I wrote a book about Kalisha and our 30 years of day-to-day life and experiences.
It’s 9:42 on a Saturday morning and he’s just finished an hour-long basketball practice/game. We got him up in time to feed him at home: cereal, banana, milk to drink.
So I'm heading back to the East Coast for my high school reunion this weekend. It's been at least 10 years since I've seen any of my high school classmates in person.
Kalisha has expressed a desire to live in an apartment of her own for several years. She will talk about it for a while and then forget it. But it always comes up again at some point in time.
I was sitting in the stands cheering on my soccer babe when I watched a ball come straight at her face. She didn’t duck. WHY didn’t she DUCK!
This week it’s all sunshine and shorts weather. Last week I couldn’t decide if the kids needed sandals or boots, jackets or tank tops.
My daughter is flying her nerd flag proudly these days.