I’m happy to be partnering with Minute Maid to bring you this post that highlights parents doin’ good. As always, all opinions are my own. If you’ve been a reader for awhile, you know that holiday mishaps are a family tradition in our house. Goodness knows we try to create a magical holiday season (perhaps […]
The following post is inspired by the gripping (and haunting) memoir January First. It’s written by a father, Michael Shofield, about his family’s struggle to find the right treatment for his daughter Jani, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia at six years old. Join From Left to Write on September 6th as we discuss January First. As a […]
I’ll admit. If someone said I could have some “me” time, it would probably involve a hot date with my computer so I could write. I guess that’s proof that I love what I do. The other proof? My hunched back and throbbing arm.
This past week has included happy, sad, heart-warming, heart-breaking, hilarious and not-so-funny moments. My father’s memorial service on Friday was lovely and his friends told wonderful stories that perfectly captured the friend, father, husband and man that he was. The day filled some of the holes in my heart and I’m so grateful to all […]