Okay, here’s my dirty secret. I color my hair. It turns out that I have a few gray hairs, I’m sure more a result of stress than age (I have four children after all.) I’ve been coloring my hair for a few years now. Okay, twelve to be exact. My husband found my first grayContinue reading “An Admission”
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If by the title of this post you are expecting me to have written about something “cultured” as in high-brow or sophisticated, you probably want to stop reading now. There will be nothing high-brow or sophisticated in this post. Instead, my family and I (more specifically my daughters and I) had a cultural experience todayContinue reading “A Cultural Experience”
Disclaimer: Any of you blog readers out there in the Blog Stratosphere who are not Mormon will probably not understand this blog post. However, you Mormon women, especially you Utah Mormon women, will understand exactly what I’m talking about here. This time of year, all over the world, LDS women are celebrating the anniversary ofContinue reading “Learning to Let Go”
Yesterday, my six-year-old daughter had a playdate with a girl from school. These two girls’ friendship is based solely on the fact that they are both named Elizabeth; which, when you are in 1st grade makes you instant soul-mates, kindred spirits and best friends. Whereas my Elizabeth only uses her full name at school andContinue reading “Pie in the Afternoon”
This afternoon, as is often the case, I was running late. I was late leaving the house to drive down the mountain to pick up my 14-year-old daughter from school. I had to pick her up and take her to the mall to find some very, very, very important Spandex shorts that she could wearContinue reading “My Moment of Glory”
We live outside of Taipei on the side of a mountain. It is nice to be outside the city and we are close to one of the most popular national parks in the country. The downside is that it takes about 20 to 30 minutes to drive up or down the mountain to our house.Continue reading “The Back Road”