Category Archives: kids

My Dad’s Fork in the Road

I was well into my adult life before I heard the story about my dad and his blue Jaguar, and I think there’s no better time than Father’s Day than to share it with you. My father is the second … Continue reading

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Telling Tuesday: Crash

Welcome to Telling Tuesday, a day reminiscent of those in school when I looked forward to seeing what everyone brought for show and tell. This weekly feature was inspired by an article on, called “How to Show (Not Tell): A Writing … Continue reading

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Serendipity Strikes Again

I love when serendipity strikes: like last weekend, when I drove to Dallas with my daughter, Andrea, to celebrate Christmas with my son, Adam, and his wife, Emily. As many of my regular blog followers know, I am a fan of Fox … Continue reading

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