‘It’s good to do hard things’

My daughter, Hannah, graduated from high school in May, the culmination of the last 13 years of public school and the commencement of the next step in her life. At the beginning of last August, with her senior year and applying for colleges both looming, we began searching for scholarships. I got online and found... Continue Reading →

‘when sensible children turn scatter-brained or start having wild mood swings’

So I have a “friend” … Her oldest child recently turned 18 and is getting ready to graduate high school in less than two months. And she’s starting to freak out feeling like she hasn’t prepared him enough yet for adulthood.     Okay, yes, it’s me, not some friend. Somewhere around January 3rd, it hit... Continue Reading →

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