This morning a gentle snow fell. Chris brewed coffee. And the brain fog from this cold began to lift. It’s been one of those weeks when this 365 project has felt challenging. Challenging, but not impossible. Life never fails to … Continue reading
Thank you for all the kind words and encouragement during this wacky week of Intro to Potty Training. I swear I’m going to stop writing about it. Today is a better day for no particular reason other than it just … Continue reading
Good morning friends! My new essay Breathing Under Water is up on the Brain, Child blog today. I hope you’ll give it a read when you have a chance. My heartfelt thanks for all your support! (Post 225 of 365)
My new essay for Brain, Child is live today. It’s an ode to beach days and the way children give us access to memory. I hope you enjoy it! (Post 204 of 365)
To my lovely readers, if you’re not yet tired of my garden tales, I have a new essay up at Brain, Child today and would be honored if you gave it a read.
Happy August, a day late! This has become a thing with me, running a little late, scurrying to keep up. Insomnia and little panics. A mom thing? A summer thing? I’m not sure. The jam-packed calendar feels both exciting and daunting. If any of you masters of time management have strategies to offer, I’d love to hear them!
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Last night the Brain,Child newsletter arrived in my inbox. I’ve been a subscriber and fan for years. It’s such an honor to see my name announced in this issue as New Voice of the Year. I feel incredibly lucky to … Continue reading
I’m not a numbers person. I’ve always been more of a guesstimator. But this 365 project, counting each day as it passes, continually pulls my attention to numbers. 115 days ago, just over a month into this project and the … Continue reading
Here I am, 77 posts into this project. Currently breastfeeding my toddler while typing–that hasn’t changed. But a lot of other things have, and I’m only 21% of the way through the project. Today seemed like a good day to take … Continue reading