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Easter Is Time for New Beginnings & Eating Heads Off Chocolate Bunnies
One of the saddest days of my life was an Easter Sunday—many, many sunrises ago when I was young enough to still believe in the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and all those other fi...
Children Should Not Be Allowed to Sue Their Parents: Notes From a Single Mom
My last daughter left in the house has told me that she might want to go live with her father in Southern California for her senior year...
Mean Girls Are Just Bullies With Lip Gloss: Notes From a Single Mom
No mother likes to see her child in pain—either physically or emotionally. I always thought the physical blows to my daughters were the most painful to endure—for me, that is...
Notes From A Single Mom: It’s January. Time To Call Your Divorce Lawyer.
January is typically the month where we see record cold snaps all across the country. It also happens to be the most popular month for marriages to experience a deep freeze...
A Bold Blend: Navajos Behind Dibe Biccino Create Buzz With Traveling Coffee Shop Cooperative
Company Name: Dibe Biccino Type of business: A traveling coffee shop Owners: Leslynn Begay, Lyncia Begay, Klee Benally, Princess Benally, Yves Kinney, Crystal Kinney, Shelby Ray an...
Notes From A Single Mom: Feeding the Homeless on Thanksgiving, Just Like Our Ancestors Did So Long Ago
My daughters spent this Thanksgiving with their father...
Grandma’s Teapot: Pouring Lessons of My Oneida Heritage
A very old silver teapot sits like a trinket on a table in my hallway, surrounded by pictures and other tchotchkes. Like many things that are old, it goes unnoticed...
Lynn Armitage: An Open Letter to Moms Raising Sons
This past weekend, my 16-year-old daughter attended her Homecoming dance with her very first date ever...
Notes From a Single Mom: The Upside of Teenage Drama
“…[A]nd on the 4,745th day (13 years), God created teenagers, and all hell broke loose.” OK, maybe that’s not the exact biblical passage, but in my book, it’s life, verbatim...
Notes From A Single Mom: Still Hoping For That Prince-Of-A-Guy This Valentine’s Day?
On any given Friday or Saturday night, my town is hopping with hopeful singles—young, old and middle-aged—jumping from eateries to bars to nightclubs looking for romance and a chan...
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