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When I write, I spend a lot of time exploring brother-sister relationships — perhaps because I couldn’t have gotten through my teen years without my own brother. I love reading about brother-sister relationships, too, even if they’re in the periphery … Continue reading
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Fighting with A Teen-ager in the Age of Mass Shootings
I wrote some words this week and ended up mailing them to politicians. I’m posting them here, too: It’s Monday morning and my daughter just huffed off to school like she was looking to star in a remake of The Excorcist. She hissed something at … Continue reading
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Mother-in-law of the Year
It’s not every mother-in-law who would borrow a leather jacket and go walking down the street in bunny slippers in August. Just sayin’….
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