Vulnerability and Authenticity

Soon after becoming a mom, I started writing again, but at the time, my blog was nothing more than a personal journal. Despite never sharing the content with anyone, I used the short-lived project to document the new, sensational morphing of my identity. Armed with a phone during 2am feedings allowed the generation of a seemingly neverending list of topics to come […]

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The Day I Cried Over a Car

We’ve had our Honda Pilot for eight years. It has been an extremely reliable car requiring no major or unexpected maintenance. I enjoy driving it and it meets the needs of our four-person family. I love my Pilot, but alas it’s getting older and nearing the 100,000-mile mark. So after the last oil change a […]

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