Anyone else have a Mother’s Day hangover this morning? I’m not talking about drinks though.
Yesterday I wrote a short story about one of my experiences with sexual abuse and the way mothers try to hide from it. I sent it to my mom. And some other mothers in our family.
Since I’ve had no reactions just yet (I think it’s a good story). I’d thought I’d post it in case it helps anyone else besides me.
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week! With my late-talking son almost finishing another school year, I wanted to post what I sent my son’s teacher. She’s great! And my son’s school has a program which allows one educator to teach the same class of kids for 2 consecutive years. It definitely came in handy during the pandemic, and they’re doing research to find out the benefits! Take a look if you want to honor our essential workers this week.
Opposable thumbs, tool making, and higher emotions are not what set humans apart from other species. We are a ‘parenting’ ape. A homo-patricius, if you will, who spends a great deal of effort raising its kids and passing on knowledge.
This is the first of a series of Sci-fi shorts that I plan on writing, which cover a wide range of modern parenting topics. Hope you enjoy it.
My half-blooded Sioux ancestor, Mary Sully, took on the United States government and won! You won’t find her story listed in any history books, so I wanted to take the time to tell it.
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