Lost Sense of Time


Today is Tuesday. It's hard to keep track. I confuse which days we need to do which Zoom meetings. Last week, we missed a morning gymnastics Zoom. Today, we missed Dom's class Zoom. This is one of my biggest struggles recently: tracking my kids' online appointments. It's an odd problem to have. I keep track … Continue reading Lost Sense of Time

Earthquakes and pandemics and bears, oh my


There's so much time for thinking these days. Too much. It can spiral. In the wrong way. I haven't had problems with that for a long time, though. I was mentally strong. But the world today is upside down. So I'm going to keep track of it. I haven't used this blog for a long … Continue reading Earthquakes and pandemics and bears, oh my

When an Archbishop wonders about God, it’s the doubt of the century


I am a professional writer. There. I said it. I really, truly, am paid for my writing. You may be stunned, too, because who gets paid for their hobby? This girl! I remember, years ago, telling a boss at work that getting a degree in technical writing was hopefully setting me up for one day … Continue reading When an Archbishop wonders about God, it’s the doubt of the century

thinking about mother-daughter relationships


Ever since I was little, I imagined myself as a mother of sons. I suppose growing up with 5 brothers and only one sister played into this. Perhaps it was influenced by my tomboy leanings, my love of sports, and my preference for playing with GIJoes over Barbie's (though I had both). Whatever the reason, … Continue reading thinking about mother-daughter relationships