People who equate truth with fact are missing the point.

Be still my heart…

Upon coming home from the library yesterday, both Carter and I weighed down with a huge stack of books, Carter said, “Oh, man, we’re going to have to do nothing but read for days! We have so much reading to do, I feel like a rich boy!” Oh, be still my readerly/writerly/mama heart!

Carter . . . → Read More: Be still my heart…

Things I Wish I Could Avoid

There are a few things that I wish I could avoid, and one of those is child mental health diagnoses in the news. I don’t stay away from those news stories because I want to be a responsible, informed parent of a child with mental health issues, but dear God, some of the stuff . . . → Read More: Things I Wish I Could Avoid

Sometimes…

Sometimes what happens is, we go to sleep. In spite of all the pain and fear and chaos of the years since Carter’s birth, we forget. It doesn’t take long for us to be lulled into a feeling of normalcy. That shocks me, that we could live so on the edge, sleeping in shifts . . . → Read More: Sometimes…

Eclectic indeed!

Carter and I have had a fabulously educational afternoon. We learned about the various ways that ink is made, read the story of Abraham, and watched some B52s videos. Because, you know, when we say eclectic, we mean it!

I’ve always believed that learning doesn’t really get interesting until college, but I don’t know. . . . → Read More: Eclectic indeed!

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