Mothers are our first teachers, and they have their work cut out for them.
It’s still dark outside, 6:30 am, but I’m just flying with “Mojo,” inspired by the words of Sophfronia Scott. She’s the morning keynote for the #virtualerma, Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop. I was not familiar with Sophfronia or her work, but I just looked at the link provided to her account of the Sandy Hook shooting. […]
Tonight is the kickoff for the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop, and I’m going to be one of the 20 people who won and getting a shout-out for my story. Awards Photo As you can see, the theme was “Sister-Stories,” and my entry was about teaching my little sister to tie her shoes, or more precisely, […]
I’m sharing a link to a blog post that dives into what Steve Job’s thought it meant to be intelligent. But the short take is that you need to seek different experiences than the rest of the herd. Here’s the article. But while I agree that reading is a great way to open yourself up […]
Check out the November 2020 Funny Times. “My Over-Stuffed Museum” is a piece about all the oddball stuff in our home. I’ve been COVID bound for months, like so many, and taking a close look at all my decor that I used to just brush by on the way out the door. I’m the curator, […]