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Linking up with Shell for PYHO (Pour Your Heart Out) today. It’s been TOO long since I’ve done this, but today’s the day, people. The kind of morning when you wake your kids up at 6:45 for school … Continue reading
Today’s (totally) optional prompt at Jana’s: Groove? In it or out of it? **cheating. longer than 5 minutes b/c using stuff I journaled last week that is very raw.** lots on my plate; heaping piles of things I’m infatuated with … Continue reading
I’m doing Jana’s Stream of Consciousness Sunday link up, the prompt is comparison/ competition. ***** I splurged on a mini massage at Hoopla yesterday. As I lied on the table a woman named Rebecca worked on a knot in my … Continue reading
Linking up with Greta of GFunkified who recently did a cool post called “My Life in Numbers.” Her linky is still open, so do yours and go share it at her place! 3 — the number of children I have 2 … Continue reading
Every weekday it’s the same. I sit with them at the kitchen table. Papers and crumbs strewn about, an open box of pencils, half with erasers worn all the way down. One girl sits on her bottom, biting her lip, … Continue reading
it feels like the first time. the first time holding a chubby baby in my arms. rolls and dimples and bits of her last meal hiding in the folds of her neck. lost in her soft sighs and murmurs, feeling … Continue reading
At first I hear voices, but it’s like I’m underwater or in a tunnel. I try to swallow but something’s stuck in my throat and I struggle against it, desperate to yank it out, but I’m frozen. Despite every effort … Continue reading
Alex Iwashyna went from a B.A. in Philosophy to an M.D. to a S.A.H.M., poet and writer by 30. Today, she spends most of her writing time on LateEnough.com, a humor blog (except when it’s serious) about life, parenting, marriage, … Continue reading
Today’s Writing Prompt at Fadra’s place: What feels overwhelming to you right now and how are you coping? I’m overwhelmed that the twins are out of school and I’ve lost control over them lately. It’s two against one and … Continue reading