Blog, Graduation, Memoir, Memories, Parenthood, Writing

A Mom of a Different Ilk

This August will mark a major milestone event; our youngest son will be going off to university and moving into residence life. It will be almost exactly one month shy of the twenty-fourth anniversary of the day that I became a mother. In other words it means that I will have had a child living… Continue reading A Mom of a Different Ilk

Bioness, Blog, Family, Memoir, Motherhood, Parenthood, Stroke Survivor, Writing

These Hands

The final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands. โ€“ Anne Frank I find myself noticing my left hand as I leaf through my old pictures from before I lost some of the movement and a lot of the dexterity a couple years ago. Photos from just before, from my childhood and… Continue reading These Hands