… to see my son cry in a place of G-d, pisses me off. Continue reading Religious Freedom and the Invisible Wall of Intolerance.
My mom’s granny is called, Mimi, and she gets sick every time she comes to our house …” Continue reading Second Grade Mentology.
“If you were more attractive, they be looking at your butt …” Continue reading Kids–You gotta love ’em.
I’m going to toss it in the air
for you and me. Continue reading A Pocket Full of Love
“I wanted to take her up by the stem and carry her back to my tinky little friend,” Continue reading Poetry Corner – October 2014
Birthday wishes — to my daughters Continue reading Poetry Corner – September 2014
At eighty-one my mother still enjoys combing out the snarls in my hair. She smiles, shakes the brush in my … Continue reading The Evolution of Parents – Do parents become obsolete?