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Parent guilt

Yesterday morning was one of those crazy moments in parenting. I had two netball games to coach, at the same venue, one time-slot in the fixture apart (equivalent to about thirty-five minutes). T1's soccer game was earlier but in a suburb twenty minutes away, and T2 had his regular tutoring appointment at our local library,… Continue reading Parent guilt


When things are askew

Everything felt off-kilter. I consulted experts, read and researched. And through it all, I was left with nothing but a sense that my world was about to decay. That it was all for nought. The angle wasn't right. I realigned my view. And once I changed my perspective, the angle, everything changed. Life was the… Continue reading When things are askew