Tag Archives: children

Traveling new routes

  As the fog over this new year rolls back and the landscape comes into view, I am quiet. What is it about one day that makes all of the last season come to an “end stop” and the next … Continue reading

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Safe passage

  When my kids were tiny (were they ever really so tiny I could hold them steadily on one arm?) … I had a goal to “get them safely through to adulthood” as if parenting and care end at an … Continue reading

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great expectations.

writing has been sparse lately. thinking has been full bore. so many beginnings unfinished…stillborn. and tears. plenty of tears – at least for me who doesn’t typically “do” crying. I even played a few rounds of solitaire the other morning…and flashed … Continue reading

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Children of Privilege

Privilege has been making headlines lately. Who has it? Who does not? Why and why not? I’ve intentionally raised M* and K* as children of certain privilege intended to give them the best fuel and platform to launch: We lived “close to … Continue reading

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