This is not a letter wherein I tell you what to do, because to be honest, even after ten years of mothering, I still don’t know what I’m doing sometimes. This is where I open up my mama heart, to share the lessons that I’ve learned along the way.
A letter to my daughter about the three reasons why there is a sense of pride in monogamy.
Dear children, Some days you win. Some days you lose. And somedays, even when you think you’re winning, you might end up losing. As a working mom, I experience this…
February 14th will always have a special meaning in this world. It had a meaning when I was a kid, and it still has a meaning when I grew up. I’m sure that it will be the same for you.So, I want to take this moment today to tell you some things I’ve learned about Valentine’s day.
Dear children, your father and I have been married for ten years today. Yeay, us! While your Papa and I may not have it all figured out, we enjoy being married and we know that our marriage works. So, in honor of our tenth anniversary, we took the time to list down 10 things we learned from our marriage thus far.
“So, how was Japan?” My friend asked me when I saw her after our year-end trip to Tokyo and Osaka. I shrugged unenthusiastically. Her eyes shot in disbelief. “What happened?”…
At that moment, I just felt the urge to pray. I said, “God, I know I never really talked to you throughout this wedding planning ordeal. But I’m about to make the biggest decision of my life. I feel like I should ask you about it. So, I’m asking you now. Please give me a sign if he’s the right guy for me. If I find a parking space right next to his car, then I know he’s the one You have personally handpicked for me. If not, I’m ready to call this wedding off.”
A colleague at a client’s office told me the other day that I must have been a knock-out in high school. I almost fell to the ground from belly aching laughter. As flattering as it may have sounded, she couldn’t have been more wrong.