Don’t get me wrong, I love being a mom and I absolutely love being a wife. But, sometimes… We as mothers need time to hide, breathe, or go for a run. When I get the chance (when my Husband get’s home)… I like to grab a glass of chardonnay, pick a nail polish color to do my nails, sit on the floor, light a fresh scented candle, and lock my self in the bathroom....more
There were four generations of us eating and laughing and reminiscing and debating and drinking and sharing stories…and it was just great. One of the topics that came up --as often happens when there are lots of women and wine around-- was men. It started out as a "can't do with 'em, can't do without 'em, can't kill 'em" kind of conversation. It eventually evolved (or digressed) into "what should a young woman do?" And that's when it got tricky. Lots of women, lots of opinions. Marriage? At what age? Maybe never? Then what?...more
Contrary to popular opinion, I find Halloween very annoying. It is the one day of the year that adults wear costumes, which had been shoved into the deep recesses of the closet only to be pulled out again 364 days later. Don't get me wrong. I love getting dressed up in unusual and fashionable get-ups as a matter of course.
I am twenty-right, married, and childless. As a result, I get a lot of questions from friends and strangers alike, most of them variations on the theme "When are you having children?" Some people are polite in their interest; others are considerably more nosy about the matter. Sometimes, these questions come from people who love me. Other times, they come from mere acquaintances, at best. Sometimes, people are willing to drop the matter after a few moments. Other times,people keep pressing for information. ...more
Holiday Suggestions for the ChildfreeAuthor: Marcia Drut-Davis, “Confessions of a Childfree Woman”(A life spent swimming against the mainstream. Amazon.comhttp://childfreereflections.com (Free resource guide)www.facebook.com/childfreereflections ...more
Yesterday, my friend posted an article on Facebook about things people say when they hear somebody does not want to have kids. It's humorously written, but it brings out a serious issue - people find it so impossible to respect...more
It’s Week 1 of the Brené Brown e-course.The topic: COURAGE, COMPASSION AND CONNECTIONThe goal: Wholehearted LivingIt’s the first week, and I did what every good student would do: I bought all of the required supplies; I organized them on my table, and I’ll do the reading tonight even though I was suppose to do it last night. (Oops!)...more