A Pandemic Thanksgiving

On this day of Thanksgiving, I give thanks. A year ago, if someone would have told us what Thanksgiving 2020 would look like, I don’t think we would haven been able to fully imagine, or appreciate, what that meant. The introverts of the world may have thought, that sounds amazing, Continue Reading

We Are Living in History

We are living in history. Future generations will learn about this time.We will tell our stories. And our children will tell theirs.  Images of people in masks and of social distant gatherings will become symbols of these days.  We will talk about when the world stopped. When suddenly families who had Continue Reading

I Messed Up

The weight of my mistake weighed heavily on my shoulders. I opened my email to see I had missed a deadline to have my daughter included in her 8th grade dedication booklet. And my heart broke. Not this. Not now. Do you ever have those moments when you feel like you Continue Reading