Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sage Burning

I’ve been quiet for a long time. But I think it’s time I tell a few of my own stories. I made a reference recently to burning sage. I realize only L knows about that. I see no reason the … Continue reading

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Simply

Some days, everything I want to say is summed up best in this… I love you. Always, – Mom

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The Toughest Job I’ll Ever Love

I visited with S.W. yesterday. I haven’t seen her in a while. It was nice to catch up and a little illuminating as well. It seems she ran into dad and the boys at the grocery store just before I … Continue reading

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Space

How much more space can I give you? After a lifetime of full time parenting, I’ve seen you no more than 4-5 times in six months. Initially, I didn’t write or call nearly as often as I wanted to – … Continue reading

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My Broken Heart

An exchange with S has me thinking… you have all witnessed dad’s broken heart, but none of you saw mine. The difference is that mine broke slowly, over many years, while dad’s was shattered all at once. His sadness was … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

I think father’s day is important. It provides the opportunity to reflect on the men who raised us. For me, it also is a chance to reflect on the man who helped raise my children. I’ve done it every year … Continue reading

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What It’s For

The idea for this blog came from a friend; another homeschooling mom, as a matter of fact. One you all know and who has known me and you kids for many years. (That doesn’t narrow it down too much, does … Continue reading

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