When I was in third grade we did one of those ubiquitous writing exercises about what we wanted to be when we grew up. I told the teacher I wanted to be a mom, but I wasn’t sure how to … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Family
The Lessons of COVID: An Exercise in Observation
This morning my inbox produced the following article from Barbara O’Neal: A Writer’s Sacred Task to Observe I loved reading it. The peak into one person’s introspection about how a changing, uncertain world has changed and solidified themselves was such … Continue reading
Anika Goes to the Rockies: There Are no Theaters, Silly.
A vacation with kids is not a vacation. Continue reading