Living in Georgia during an election year wasn’t previously stressful like it is now. Prior to 2018, Georgia’s political leanings were fairly reliable. I had a general idea of which candidates would win and what color Georgia would be on maps when it popped up during news segments. I also knew from much earlier in … Continue reading Why I’m still voting.
You need to smile more.
One morning last week, I dropped my kids off at school, not realizing a glass jar had rolled into the floorboard beneath a seat. Needless to say, I was mortified when my son accidentally kicked it out in the rush to get to school. It shattered in the car line, blocked traffic, and resulted in … Continue reading You need to smile more.
The power chart.
There are times as a mom when I desperately hope the words I say are the right ones. Last night was hard, and I’ll probably replay my answers for days to come. In a momentary lapse in judgment, I didn’t close my laptop as I was writing when my son sat down beside me. Caught … Continue reading The power chart.