From my childhood to theirs

I now have figurines to help facilitate the lessons I will teach my children about certain online behavior.

Really missing her texts with nothing but 20 smiling poop emojis

I hope she’s learning to tie knots, build a shelter, start a fire and how to make mama a hot dog.

Kaleidoscope

How you can use your name to bring light to and change the lives of those who are in most need of it.

Matters of the eyes, part aw hell no

You might as well just insert a picture of Kanye’s face here to sum up this section of the story of my daughter’s eyesight.

Looking upward and ahead

On the desire I have to get back to why I started “living online” in the first place: writing for the love of it, writing when the story inside is begging to be told.

Magically delicious

Whenever my mother talks about how tenacious Marlo can be I say, “That apple didn’t fall far from her grandmother.”

Stuff I found while looking around

This week’s link roundup.

This is empowerment

Krochet Kids Peru: on behalf of those who do not have resources or a support system.

Matters of the eyes, continued

If you don’t share your favorite pirate joke I will be thoroughly disappointed that you wasted such an opportunity.

Winter blues

Here’s a dimple to distract you from the a terrifying display of climate change.