Monthly Archives: January 2015

A World of Neither

My daughter doesn’t want to be a girl. But she doesn’t want to be a boy either. She wants to live somewhere in between. She wants to move into a world of neither. So I’m standing there holding up a … Continue reading

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Gonna Break My Rusty Cage

I’m not a fan of winter.  Not at all. Last year I decided to try to make the month of February an event so that winter would be a bit more bearable. I wanted something to help me from sinking … Continue reading

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Can You See the Real Me?

There is a scene in the movie “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?” in which Gilbert takes his new girlfriend Becky home to meet his mother. Mama is depressed, housebound and weighs well over 400 pounds. When Becky and Gilbert walk into … Continue reading

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Hear Me Roar

This morning I was talking to a friend about a blogpost she recently wrote.  In it she refers to the fact that the mom is usually the “default parent”.  Even if you are a working mom, you end up (usually) … Continue reading

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