We all have our crosses to bear and I’ve borne mine in silence for too many years. To a select few, I’ve spoken of the depression that has afflicted me for so long and how it has affected not only the way I live but the way others close to me have had to learnContinue reading “Cathy’s Cross”
I was in the elevator at work one morning with several fellow teachers. One of the teachers just happened to be pregnant with her first child. Another older teacher in the elevator felt the need to tell this pregnant woman that she had to make sure she didn’t neglect her husband when the baby came.Continue reading “Unsolicited”
We both had been single for many years before finding each other and an exchange of vows will not magically change the way we behaved when we were single.
Before I got married, I never even thought of the name change as a struggle. I simply knew it as tradition for so many women within so many cultures.