Grand Slam by Marjorie Maddox Dreams brimming over, childhood stretched out in legs, this is the moment replayed on winter days when frost covers the field, when age steals away wishes. Glorious sleep that seeps back there to the glory of our baseball days.
Today I am turning 35 and I’m thinking about cycles, being on my fifth seven year cycle. According to an article I just read, 35-42 is the last cycle of the Mother Quadrant, a time when, whether it be children or a career, a woman spends her energy nurturing a project. This last cycle is an opportunity to heal the wounds ofRead more
Here is our haul from a nearby Edeka Siebert for 43€. The children begged me for several sweet treats: pomegranate, berry juice, and ice cream and I jumped at the chance to buy Old El Paso refried beans, salsa and tortilla chips. Portland had me spoiled with Hot Mama Salsa, Juanita’s, and Better Beans. Absence has made my heartRead more
Making a Damn It’s been one full week since we stepped off the plane in Berlin and our new normal is beginning to sink in. Justin set off for his first day of work this morning, with a pep in his step. It’s been a years long process, making his dream job in Berlin aRead more