Operation Orgasm: The Student Becomes The Master

I’ve never been a rule person. Breaking any and all guidelines for being a good kid was my thing. Screw conformity. I’m scaling the fence as my brain registers the “No Trespassing” sign. Unabashedly. Tell me I’m not allowed to go there, and I’m doing everything in my power to figure out why, and then … Continue reading Operation Orgasm: The Student Becomes The Master

A lesson in Weird

Years ago in the mid-nineties when my niece was around seven years old, we passed a book store during one of our special one-on-one days. I loved hanging out with Sydney (still do) - especially since my sister and I couldn't be more different. My older sister Laurie is the left brain, practical, problem-solving thinker. Me? … Continue reading A lesson in Weird

“Not my kid”

When you wake up remembering vivid details of a dream, it's enough to make you think. If in this dream, a friend who has passed on decides to show up, you hit snooze and close your eyes, willing yourself to drift back. I hate that I learned about Sara's passing through Facebook. That I let … Continue reading “Not my kid”