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Do you like onion rings? No, but I did hear you ask the waiter for a salad. I know but I don’t want to be a bother. Enter stranger on the other side. Do you like french fries?  I will swap you for french fries? I have my earbuds in.  I often...

Your kids are primed to deal with failure.  Just think about it, they have been facing the possibility of failure three to five times per game, three to four games per week, two seasons per year, for at least ten years.  Every time they get up to bat, it is...

He ran up the street.  Kicking rocks and jumping over cracks in the sidewalk, completely immersed in some imaginary game being played out in his mind. He looks up.  His eyes engage. He tilts his head to the side. I see him.  I notice the contact.  I know what...

March has new meaning in my home.  This is my fourth year taking on the Slice of Life March Challenge.  The Slice of Life Challenge slows me down.  I take time to create my space.  I arrange everything just so.  I spend a lot of...

You need to come back. What is going on? I don’t have a key. Just tell someone to let you out. I did. Silence. They think I’m a resident.  They won’t let me out. I picture her whispering into her cell phone, trying to keep it cool as she attempts to get on...