“Yep, thanks, we’re together.”

“Um, will this be together?” This happens to us all the time. Every week. Sometimes more than once a day. Even living just outside of both LA and Seattle hasn’t prevented the head tilt, quick evaluation by baristas, bartenders, servers and doctors. At the coffee shop, grocery store, bar, doctor’s office; people are always askingContinue reading ““Yep, thanks, we’re together.””

Face time in the time of Facetime

To me family is everything. I hear that Gen Xers, as a group, tend to feel this way. Somehow the 60s and 70s were not focused on family and so between our tinfoil covered TV dinners and the reruns of “Love, American Style” apparently society forgot about the kids. I don’t know if that isContinue reading “Face time in the time of Facetime”

When my mom was a child she was____.

When my oldest son was in 2nd grade he brought home a fill in the blank worksheet he had done in class. One of the questions said “When my mom was a child she was _________.” He had filled in the blank with “lonely.” I had probably told him stories about wishing for him toContinue reading “When my mom was a child she was____.”