I read a lot. Well. I try to read a lot. I do this because I enjoy it. And because I am on a quest, though that is a story for another time. I also home-school four kids. So I mom a lot too. Here is what reading usually looks like for me: *Sit down on the couch … Continue reading Zen and the Art of Motherhood
He looks 60. His smile is clear and bright, his hair white, his beard full. There is a deep crease between his brows. He wears a bright yellow tie paired with a dark blue and white striped collared shirt under an expensive looking black suit. And Vans. Do you remember Vans? From here they look … Continue reading Vans Man
I stand in line at the library, waiting my turn to speak with a librarian. The older man in line in front of me is taking thick hardcover books from the bag strapped to the back of his wife's wheelchair and stacking them up one by one onto the front desk counter. I count fourteen … Continue reading He smiles gently, a twinkle in his eye.
It's a semi-charmed kinda life… Four kids. Four weeks. 4,000 miles. Nashville in our rearview. Mountain and ocean and city and forest just ahead... Day 1: So, after months of dreaming and weeks of planning and days of cleaning and errand-running and packing, we left Nashville around 10:30 on this Wednesday morning. I was up … Continue reading Notes from the Road (Our 2017 Summer Roadtrip)
It's a semi-charmed kinda life... I've decided to write about the highlights and the lowlights. Because I don't want to give any wrong impressions. Because for those of you following this adventure along, I want you to know that most times with four kids are the best of times and the worst of times whether … Continue reading Maine Bound (Day 1 & 2)