Category Archives: Daughters

Between the Lines

One mother’s story of going bra shopping with her tween daughter, turns into so much more than a trip to the mall. Read my short story Between the Lines. on The Sunlight Press. Thanks, Janie   Tweet

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What My Father Built

FATHERS: THEN FATHERS: NOW When I was growing up, my father brought in the bacon.  All of it.  He went to work every morning at 6:00 and came home every evening around 5:30.  When he walked in the door after … Continue reading

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Training Manual Not Included

    One of the most important jobs in the world, if not the most important, is that of being a parent. And yet, unlike other tasks and endeavors it does not come with a training manual. Oh, sure, there … Continue reading

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What My Father Built With Love

THEN:  TWO HEARTS DANCING  NOW: ALWAYS IN MY HEART This Father’s Day will the second one without my dad.  That’s not to say that he won’t be with me.  Because he’s always in my heart. When I was growing up, my father brought … Continue reading

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