I lightly call my summer blog post “Surviving Summer Funtimes.” And honestly, I have no reason to believe my children or family or neighbors will necessarily get to survive anything anymore. We all go out in public, to school, to work, to concerts and restaurants, to places of worship, to the outside, and we run the risk of not returning. Continue reading Surviving Summer Funtimes or Anything at This Point
Buried under ketchup-smeared faces and the haze of multiple applications of sunscreen is the suppressed sorrow of July’s end.
August, once a time of overheated laziness, is still a time for yes, but the yesses now feel pushed by impending schedules and starts. There is a preemptive nostalgic ache for idle moments, although they’ve not come to pass. Continue reading Ready to Burst — July 2019 Month in Review
These are the Days of Yes.
Yes to more.
Yes to extra.
Yes, you can do that.
Yes, we can do that.
But it all was qualified. Yes, after. Yes, once we. Yes, only if. Continue reading Surviving Summer Funtimes 2019 — Week the Sixth. The Oreoiest