Raising a child is a full time job, and I have three. There are no breaks when they’re young, even… Read more 2021 – Chapter Eight: Teaching Sportsmanship, Campfires, and Smashing the Patriarchy to My Six-Year-Old
Do you remember when you were a kid and the way you looked at your parents? I do. You looked… Read more An Analogy for these Times
I explore why there is such a visceral response to the desire for equality, and my own struggles with my identity as a mixed race person.
“Start writing” is the prompt on my WordPress blog entry. Sure. That’s just the hardest part, starting. Well for most… Read more The Rona Diaries – Week 6: Fighting ADD and Dumpster Fires One Bucket at a Time
I used to think that a playground in wintertime, with swings frozen in place by crystal stalactites and glacial flos… Read more Aye Useta