Acting like a child, is that regarded as good? In our family, not…
When I read someone else’s memoirs of their sister, I run a mental commentary alongside their words. If this weren’t a library book, if it was my own paperback copy, perhaps I would scribble my reactions in the margins. Describing the author and her sister’s matching outfits in 1960s style, and recalling the fact thatContinue reading “sisterhood”
Rainstorms pouring down My eyes can’t imitate them Too dry for tears now
Back home, lightning bugs appeared in droves, summer nights, on my fingertip.
I don’t understand — it’s a building full of books — I can’t stay all day??
Do you think we are influenced most by the books that we can’t forget?
You are good enough Don’t listen to the voices that say, “Keep dreams small.”
A badge of honor Remnants of what you’ve battled Mem’ry evident
Recently I was thinking about March Madness and how “basketball is a religion” back home. Although I don’t particularly follow sports, I’ve always held a memory of the state high school hoops championship game from my senior year. Our high school was a basketball powerhouse, and our team advanced to the high school Final FourContinue reading “remember?”
A friend asked me this morning… what do I feel is encouraging, or discouraging? And one of my first thoughts about that question: Listening (and truly being heard) is super important for me with friendships. If you were a child in the ’80s — or (like myself) you just happened to watch some episodes ofContinue reading “monday memory”