an unbreakable bond

I rolled over restlessly at the first morning light and spotted the thick, folded pile of papers that had been pushed under my door.  My heart dropped to my feet and I jumped up to grab them.  For an eighth of a second I thought - did he run away? did he hurt himself? - … Continue reading an unbreakable bond

our bodies, our vehicles

I drove my daughter to school today in our well used, deep blue Honda Odyssey van.  It's rusted in a few spots, dented in the rear from our sons' drivers ed days, and smelly from transporting dogs and sweaty ball players, wet snow boots, pants and skis, bathing suits and God knows what else. That … Continue reading our bodies, our vehicles