What a whirlwind. Between four Communions, two Confirmations, two weddings, one dance recital, several soccer games, many play rehearsals, and a brilliant performance of Romeo and Juliet by our homeschool Shakespeare group, I am pooped. Seriously. We have one more performance tomorrow and then I need to deal with some stuff around here. It looks […]
Today he would be 15. My first Mother's Day present. I miss him.
Lately I have been getting lots of questions regarding some of my previous posts. Since there are currently 1400-ish emails in my Inbox it seems easier to just answer everyone here and then I can continue to ignore my Inbox :). A few people asked about the budgeting consequences of my organic food conversion. Is […]
No parent should have to add a grave blanket to their list of Christmas gifts to buy their children. It's a little bit appalling. Yet add it I did, and I was happy to. Why? Because it was something I could do for him. One of the worst parts of losing a child is […]
I've made reference a few times to the play that Katie, Erin and Kelli are performing in on Saturday, December 19th. The name of the play is Like Winter Waiting. The play was written by John Foley, SJ and is presented as a choral concert with some spoken parts. Like Winter Waiting is a thought-provoking […]