Tag: childhood

I’m so proud of her…

Written by on January 7, 2011 in Conversations on the Healing Journey with 0 Comments

Tomorrow my youngest, Brhiannon, is going to compete with her home school/cyber school team in the Lego Robotics competition in Philadelphia. Brhiannon is bright and artistic. She is also dyslexic, and knows she has challenges learning in certain areas as compared to some other students. But she doesn’t care. She is not as advanced in […]

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Losing Our Childhood

Written by on August 8, 2009 in Conversations on the Healing Journey with 1 Comment

I’m not talking about through child abuse. Well, not in the sense we think of. That’s how I lost my childhood, abuse. But losing our childhood is happening in another way and on a massive scale. In a few minutes I’ll wake my little girl up. I let her sleep in longer in the mornings, […]

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Without laughing

Written by on October 1, 2007 in Conversations on the Healing Journey with 0 Comments

“I can watch this without laughing”, my father said. We were watching Red Skelton show, my favorite. Along with the Wonderful World of Color, Walt Disney’s Sunday night show, Red Skelton was the highlight of my week. In that short time segment, I was transported to a world of fun and laughter, of wonder and […]

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