Another one bites the dust.
The NYTimes Happy Days: The Pursuit of What Matters in Troubled Times blog always makes interesting reading; the most recent post, by Tim Kreider, contains this funny gem of a paragraph (among others): Most of my married friends now have children, the rewards of which appear to be exclusively intangible and, like the mysteries ofContinue reading “Coffee Break”
It takes me a while (a week?) to get around to it some times, but Judith Warner’s latest in the TImes is very nice.
This site made me laugh. Especially myth number eight.
Man o man, I wish I’d written this — Judith Warner’s column for today from the NYTimes. I might, in fact, have a bit of a crush on the woman who can write like this.
First grade. Those first few weeks as the family transitions back into the school year schedule can be a killer. Elder Girleen has bags under her eyes like she’s been cramming for a final, but honest, Ms. M the First Grade Teacher, she’s in bed by eight! Last night, though, I know she wasContinue reading “Food For Thought…”
This essay has apparently been bouncing around the momosphere for quite a while now, but I’d managed to remain unaware of it. A friend sent it my way yesterday; in turn I put it here. Why? Because this might be the piece of writing I was frantically looking for six years ago this spring, whenContinue reading “All There Might Be To Say”