All About Character…

on October 4, 2018

My son wore Spiderman pajamas to school. They had wings. They were way too small on him and hit about mid-calf. They were similar to footie pajamas since they were one piece, but without the actual feet. He’s in middle school. Not elementary. Yeah. See, when he informed me of his plan to wear them… Read More


Yeah, It’s Hard…

on September 7, 2018

Writing I mean. Other stuff, too, but we’ll talk about writing but first we’ll start with hiking. Stay with me. If anyone knows me at all, they know I despise exercise. When I was much younger, I fell in love with yoga and dreamed of teaching one day in my own studio. For almost a… Read More


A Writer’s Truth…

on August 16, 2018

I was driving home from dinner with my boys and peeked in the rear-view mirror. My youngest had rested his head in my older son’s lap. My older son was looking down at him with a tender expression, stroking his hair. The evidence of brotherly love was carved into my son’s features, and I felt… Read More


The Practice of Saying Good-bye…by Jennifer Probst

on June 15, 2018

The baby birds are gone. They flew the coop. I have empty nest syndrome. Maybe I should explain. You see, we have nests built around my house in the Spring all the time. Many I need to dismantle before the eggs come, since they’re in dangerous places. This season, one mama bird was determined to… Read More