Driving into town this morning I was still foggy from a late night of fretting over an issue that continually rears its ugly head in my life. I’m sure you have none of those, right? It’s a thirty minute drive, which is usually the perfect length for a podcast. I had started listening to Sally … More Grasping my Father’s Hand.
As you may know, I am a huge fan of Sally Clarkson. I wrote all about her in this post. She has written several books that have changed the way I live and her podcast is on constant play when I am in my car. For the past month I have had the pleasure of being … More Excitement!
Late one evening, while driving home from a banquet that had been held to celebrate the end of the latest basketball season, I heard a voice pipe up from the nether-regions of my dark and messy Explorer: “I didn’t get to eat.” I forced my face to stay forward, eyes on the road, while I … More The Forgotten Feast
As a now “older mom” among many of my friends, I found myself in an odd and often lonely season of motherhood. It is so easy to make friends when our kids are little. Playdates at the park or story times at the library are the perfect conditions for forming friendships around the common experience … More If You Lack a Mentor: In Gratitude to Sally Clarkson