DON’T TOUCH MY SH- SHTUFF! Usually, it’s ‘don’t touch my shit,’ Adults are home. We are the last generation of Latchkey Kids We spent our afternoons alone listening to music Songs we couldn’t play loud with adults around In 1993 I was eleven, he was fourteen Too cool for me in public Best of buddies […]
This is a special episode because to me, it’s the beginning of a huge shift in my life. Let me start out by introducing you to the Goddess who dipped me and made me new. The first time I met Kat Wilson I was standing in the front yard of our mutual friend, EB. It […]
Good morning to you, Pumpkin Pie. Good morning to you, Mama. Soft voices vibrate soothingly from the outside, waking the twins. Teddy, the larger and more active of the two, stretched lazily as his foot grazed his wombmate’s head. Tyler’s arms glide towards his head and he pats the ear that was just kicked. His […]
Hello, Logic and Reason, So nice to see you both! Yes, yes I remember you. Yes, I know you’re always here for me to utilize at my discretion. Yes, I know it’s been a while since I’ve called on you for hel- Okay. Yeah, I know. I can only repeat my excuses so many times. […]
As parents we have a list of things we want to make sure our kids have some knowledge of and if you’re anything like me, you may have lost sleep over it. Tying shoes, closing Ziplock bags, packing lunch for school Perfecting that toilet bowl aim Now I know these things are a work in […]
It’s been two years and I thought I’d take a look back and share with you a core part of my support system, my Bixby girls.
Blake took the day off from a little bug so we decided to try out a mommy and me podcast! I uploaded this with zero edits, zero cuts and takes. Just me and my little dude talking Black History.
I ain’t heard one person over the age of ten who proclaims that Valentine’s Day is the best holiday on the planet. That’s because it genuinely isn’t. I’ve participated in over thirty myself, and the ones that particularly jump out at me involve a guy from Glenpool when I was a senior, and my dad. […]