Missing You

My mother looked at me today With sleep-blurred eyes and hair askew Still in her nightgown at 11:30 a.m. And waiting for someone to come turn off that awful movie on Turner Classic Movies with that one singer who just can't act Because she couldn't reach the remote (my Mom, not the singer) And didn't... Continue Reading →

A Day In The Life Of

It's been a day. Monday is the day each week that I moderate a six-hour seminar to a bunch of 10th grade homeschooled kids.  I direct their independent study program, and once a week I get together with five of them to go over what they did the week before and do the group activities... Continue Reading →

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