Category Archives: kids

Voodoo in the Twilight Zone

 I celebrate the completion of even the most mundane task, especially when I manage to accomplish something in the most efficient, most logical manner. However, this orderly approach is rare. I am prone to episodes of extreme disorganization: my shoes … Continue reading

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Another Mother’s Day Death March

The past year zoomed by. Each day brought the gift of healing. Usually my improvements were microscopic: a new brain cell, a reawakened nerve or a bit of clever conversation. Sometimes I feel transformed. Sometimes I believe the “new” me … Continue reading

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I have the collywobbles about borborygmus

My husband and I sometimes differ. I know this is a shock. For instance, he was a nazi when it came to the kids uttering words relating to body functions, the ones he did not want them to shout with … Continue reading

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