Posts for Motherhood

At Fourteen, He Rages Red Ash

General/Column October 2, 2015

splatters my collarbone arms, cheeks. Blooming like freckles, his anger rests heavy. A body clothed, plunged into water down coat…

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No One Prepared Me For This

General/Column September 28, 2015

No one prepared me for this. Sure, I read the parenting books that told me my job as a parent…

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For Sojourner

General/Column September 25, 2015

don’t confine her to a day of the week or give her the burdens of a childless queen rescued by…

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It Doesn’t Last Forever

General/Column September 21, 2015

When my son was two months old, lightning struck Mount Charleston, the highest peak of the Spring Mountains range, and…

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