Tag Archive: Non-fiction

Thank You, Jane

Today was my mother-in-law’s funeral. She was my husband’s step-mother, but the only mother-in-law I’ve known. Jane had a stroke last year, and never recovered, as she had complications, which came on suddenly… Continue reading

Memory by Colors / poetry

Memories of red, white, and blue I know this one by color I’ve gone through them all (almost) But where is the one of you Dressed in a snappy, casual, almost officey Shorts outfit… Continue reading

Cleaning is for Sisyphusses

365 Days of Writing Prompt: Does a messy house make you nervous and cranky, or do you clean just before company comes over? It’s both. Since I have a child, three cats and… Continue reading

Letting Him Leave

My sister and I were dressed for bed when we got the news that our dad was going to move out for a while.  It’s not the kind of conversation a ten-year-old expects… Continue reading