Tag Archives: parenting

Are You a Dream Crusher?

I strategically picked out a spot at my daughter’s swim team practice. It was at the end of a long bench that allowed for optimal back support, unobstructed views of practice, and was isolated enough that I could read a … Continue reading

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Transforming Old Dreams Into New Visions

I walked into the Asian store in town to pick up supplies to make pad Thai and a curry. My daughter went off to explore the exotic candies. I have always been grateful for this store in a land that … Continue reading

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Why Her Tears Were My Greatest Teaching

So I made my daughter cry this morning. We were in a rush to get to the bus on time. She decided she wanted pig tails and that she wanted to do it herself. I offered to do them for … Continue reading

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Swimming Full Circle

Swimming has been a love of mine since I can remember. The freedom I feel in the water, the altering of normal sensations, being able to transport myself without the usual pull of gravity. Although I always loved to swim, … Continue reading

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