When those of us who identify as Middle Class are attempting to instruct those who aren’t, we are easily seduced by the knowledge that we have experiences and world understanding that they may never have. It becomes heady knowing that you are the one with the information that will change the lives of your young… Read More »
After years of working with young people, children and adults who were or continue to be raised poor there are four essential questions that have always kept me in good stead and prevented me from being perceived as or feeling like the world’s biggest a##^&$%. When creating something remarkable, it would be wise to keep… Read More »
When I was 14, my new set of parents no longer allowed us to eat spaghetti.
Recently, my guy told me some shocking news. I was informed that I am stubborn. This came as a complete shock because normally I like to think that I am the embodiment of perfection. I love to believe that I am all things good and decent and thoughtful and kind and delightful on the planet.