Daffodils are in bloom. I love daffodils -- their bright yellow faces popping up from the cold ground are a sign that spring, with all its glory, is just around the corner. Visions of pink and purple petals floating through the air fill my mind as I try to remember the scent of cherry blossoms … Continue reading spring tears
"Mommy come here!" my daughter called from the bedroom. "What is it sweetheart?" "Mommy look, I have a big bruise here and it hurts. What can I do to make it better?" I looked and sure enough Hannah had a big bruise just below her knee. "Honey, there's nothing you can do for a bruise. … Continue reading pain and healing
I wrote this months ago. I dragged my friend to an open mic night because I felt like it needed to be read aloud. I've made some edits since then. I have tried many tactics to make my commute more enjoyable -- driving, walking, trains, etc. A few months ago, I gave cycling a chance. … Continue reading Learning to ride again.