Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tales From A Kindergarten Volunteer

I never imagined myself becoming a volunteer in my daughter’s classroom. I’m a divorced, working mother, and volunteering during the workday seemed like a much better fit for a stay-at-home mom. Yet somehow it happened anyway. Perhaps I was caught … Continue reading

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Girl Scouts, Raise Your Hands

Admit it, who among us was a Girl Scout once upon a time? Way back before the days of the Daisy Scouts, I was a Brownie. My memories of first and second grade aren’t all that spectacular, but I do … Continue reading

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Gone Girl

Lately I’ve been reading tons of blog posts listing the best books of 2012, and there is one book that consistently appears: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. Of course I had to read this book after I heard five unrelated … Continue reading

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Creative Influences

In may ways, I’m starting the New Year with a blank slate: Free to date whoever I want, though the prospects for a thirty-something mother are significantly different (and often more comical) than a single twenty-something. Free to query whoever … Continue reading

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