Will you get me a bib? The wind rustles the trees outside and the light shines through the small cabin door. A rainbow on a warm white fuzzy blanket. A dab of green baby poop on a small white sock The feeling of calm and panic. I will get a bib. A cry. A brightContinue reading “A World of Contrasts”
Frantically eating unevenly cooked oatmeal Going to doctors appointments in leggings from the night before Sitting in a puddle Cleaning up a puddle Having your heart ripped out And put back together Being bored While being overwhelmed Counting down Forgetting to count Trying to breathe Holding your breath Scarfing down ice cream Spilling lunch LeakingContinue reading “Motherhood is”
When my sister and I were really young, we dressed up as barbies for the 4th of July to participate in the local parade close to my grandma’s summer house. My grandma had an old, beautiful run-down home on the Connecticut sound, nestled in the woods of a suburban neighborhood. We would go every summerContinue reading “4th of July”
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