Monthly Archives: March 2011

What must the librarian think?

What does the librarian think of me, I wonder? I am the mother who at all hours of the night places a wide array of parenting books on hold. My husband is the person in our family who generally picks … Continue reading

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Q&A at Cascadia Kids

You can read my responses to Lora Shinn’s questions about my family’s trip to Holden Village here at the Cascadia Kids blog — a great site for info and tips about traveling with kids in the Pacific Northwest.

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Author Q&A with Sage Cohen

In December I received a copy of Sage Cohen’s latest book, The Productive Writer: Tips & Tools to Help You Write More, Stress Less and Create Success. I immediately devoured it. Sage’s approach is one that really resonates with me … Continue reading

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We all eat breakfast, but who makes it?

A few weeks ago, my husband, younger son and I attended the memorial service for Jerry, our “backyard” neighbor. Jerry was 79 years old and had lived in our neighborhood for many, many years — he and his wife bought … Continue reading

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