Category Archives: Daughters
When they are little, we get an occasional glimpse of their independence. They want to pour their own cereal. They want to pick out their own clothes. They want to cross the street without holding your hand. When they are … Continue reading
#39 Always #54 This I know #96 Favorite 101 Things I Will Teach My Daughters | Thought Catalog.
Webster may not define the relationship between sisters quite like this, but I am certain that he didn’t have a sister anything like mine, nor did he survive raising the two siblings that I call my daughters. There are 22 … Continue reading
“Mid-way through a recent group exercise class, the teacher lost me. She didn’t lose me because of some complicated step sequence or insanely long set of burpees; I mentally checked out because of a few words she kept saying over … Continue reading
For those 1/2 my age with more than twice the living and learning yet to do. 21 Secrets for your 20s | Paul Angone | All Groan Up. Related post: Know any 20-somethings?
Middle-aged mom is looking for a local 20-something girl to spoil. The lucky applicant will have access to daily doses of k cups, free internet access, and leftovers in ready-to-go Tupperware containers. Said applicant must be willing to call me (or at least … Continue reading
Rule #1 “Love her mom. Treat her mother with respect, honor, and a big heaping spoonful of public displays of affection. When she grows up, the odds are good she’ll fall in love with and marry someone who treats her … Continue reading
I have a sister. A twin sister, who knocked my front teeth out with a desktop phone, (in the era when they still made those rotary communication tools …and during the era when my sister was still young and sneaky enough to get … Continue reading