Posts tagged childhood
Godmothers and Tapestries

Once upon a time, there was a girl who didn't know how to tap dance.  But she strapped some shoes on her feet, jumped on the coffee table in front of the living room window, and did in anyways.  In her mind, she was fabulous.  And that was all that mattered.

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Hole-y Hunger

Author Anne Lamott writes about what she calls our "God Sized Hole."  The idea being that we, as humans on this planet, have a hunger that we spend our entire lives try to satiate.

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Don't Come Over

I’ve decided that the process of accepting visitors for me should be, “You show me yours, I’ll show you mine.” As in, you show me photos of your house in its worst state, submit an essay on your style of housekeeping, and then sign a waiver of confidentiality before stepping foot through my door.

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When I Grow Up

I have this theory that maybe, as a society, we've got this whole growing up thing wrong.  

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The Stories We Tell: My Story of My Mum's Death and the Imprint it Left

Arguably one of my most vulnerable and raw posts yet.  Here, I share the story I told myself when, as a young child, my mum passed from this realm.  Karmic imprints are formed all the time.  Here, I share one of mine.

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