On Wednesday my son came home from school. His team had won the Football match, he was in a happy place. But I was worried.
In college, it was a ticket to freedom. Zero dependence on any one else. I could be where I wanted to be, when I wanted to. In
They were once young too.The world to conquer.Nothing impossible. … I was little too.But on their shoulders, the world was tiny.So many stories, So
I feel easily. I feel deeply. I am led by my emotions as much as by the dictates of what is right and wrong. These
This morning I gave my son a new pair of glasses to wear. The last one was blue, but they had broken within a week.
My little one often runs forward, keeping his eyes at us. As expected, he ends up banging into something or hurting himself. So looking back is
Yet another year goes by. The long wait of childhood seems to have long gone. Now they swish past us…the years. I am reminded of what my father
Stop, don’t float Dont flow because you mustHold onStand stillMake a choice that sets you apart Yes, we know To stand apart is no easy choiceTo stand
It’s always bigger in the head. Simply tell yourself that for sustenance sake. Break it down to smaller, less overwhelming chunks. More points always looks
Roll the dice. What did you hear first ~ the clank on the board or the voices in your head. I