It was an early autumn afternoon, and it was just the two of us at Jonah’s backyard jungle gym. This grandson, with the thatch of dark brown hair, always has had a special place in my heart because he is in that unenviable middle child position in a family of three boys.
Raising children with cultural ties
The project is so monumental that we’ve put if off for eight years. And that’s a lot of procrastinating.
Laws on mental illness are insane
Failing public schools don’t deserve money
To bomb or not to bomb?
I try to resist.
The extra leaves for the dining room table have been dusted off and jammed into place. The 18 unmatched chairs are being assembled around that table in a dining room that seems to have shrunk since last Rosh Hashanah. A huge brisket is in the freezer, hogging up space.
Hey Corbett, stop slashing school funding
Schools should teach kids, not parent them