In a previous post, I discussed the media fury that erupted over the bullying of a school bus driver in Greece, New York, and the public outcry… Continue reading
Yesterday was a good day. As hard as it was for me to get past the anxiety to get there, and work through it once there, I was really glad I managed to attend my son’s graduation ceremony – especially when he gave me a big hug later and thanked… Continue reading
After school today, Stuart excitedly told me to go online to the Youtube.com site because there were a couple of videos I “just had to see.”
He always has enjoyed his ‘Science and Technology’ class and now I can see why. His teacher had shown these videos showcasing present and… Continue reading
There is nothing harder – or more rewarding – than raising our kids to be compassionate, responsible, independent adults. I had thought the toddler years were hard, but they had nothing on parenting teens.
I can see them constantly struggle with the need to be independent, make their… Continue reading