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Life On the Couch

YouTube Reasonably

It has come to my attention that I have not enough awareness of what my kids are finding on the web. They search what they hear their friends talking about, of course, as do I. But I keep forgetting that I am a reasonable adult and know how to contextualize what I see and hear. […]

January, 2018 | 0 Comments

Year of Experiences

My New Year’s resolution leading into 2017 was to provide my kids with more experiences. Born from completely packing up the house and therefore cleaning out unwanted or unnecessary things twice in 2016 to paint and then carpet six months later, I realized we had too much crap. Way too much crap and the kids […]

December, 2017 | 0 Comments

Who’s Your Daddy?

I recently read a story that left me cringing. Matthew Roberts was surprised to learn in 5th grade from his sister that he was adopted. Of course he was surprised but the big surprise is what he found out from that information much later. When he became engaged his fiancée asked him to do a […]

December, 2017 | 0 Comments

Brass Balls

Let’s talk about balls, the brass kind. The kind of balls it takes to take your personal issue and make it about them, taking offense to you’re chosen methods or judging your process. Someone I know recently described that experience with a brilliant summary, “It takes some brass balls to do that.” Yes, yes it […]

November, 2017 | 0 Comments

Guilt Because I Survived

If you live in the Bay Area you have heard little else other than the devastating fires that ravaged our beloved wine country.  October is notorious for fire in California due to the strong, warm off shore winds, but this year was worse than ever.  As of Thursday October 19, 42 deaths have been reported, […]

October, 2017 | 0 Comments

9th Circle of Hell

The Northern California fires of 2017 have been a personal experience with the 9th circle of hell for those involved.  We in California are no stranger to the danger of fires, and being more common than earthquakes – our other famous natural disaster – we are accustomed to dealing with them.  Not this time. This […]

October, 2017 | 0 Comments

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