I am not a mother that bemoans the start of the school year. I like structure and schedules. Summer is the antithesis of that. And while the slower mornings and vacations were a welcomed change for a spell, I’m ready for school. But it’s never easy to let a piece of your heart out intoContinue reading “How Do You Let a Piece of Your Heart Out Into the World?”
Tag Archives: gun control
How Does One Parent In This America?
I debated even blogging about the recent mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas. If I wrote about every mass shooting that happens in this country it would become a daily exercise that isn’t healthy for my mental well-being or others. But how does one decide which mass shootings to write about and whichContinue reading “How Does One Parent In This America?”
Thoughts on the Buffalo Shooting
Note for this post: When I say “we” I am referring to other white Americans. I typically feel compelled to write something after a mass shooting. They are so frequent that it has become routine. Writing is my salve. The way to get all the thoughts competing for space out of my head. Sometimes theyContinue reading “Thoughts on the Buffalo Shooting”