Category Archives: Children and Motherhood

Mental Health Days

Responsible people work on weekdays. And responsible people take their children to school on weekdays. Except that occasionally, they don’t. Barbara used to occasionally do what she called “Mental Health Days”, where she would simply take her kids out of … Continue reading

Posted in Children and Motherhood | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Her LiveJournal Bio

I am your stereotypical Pagan female – short, red-headed, goddess-figured. I am the mother of three adult children, stepmother of two, and Mamashine to a slew of others. I do seem to have the fertility aspect of my religion down … Continue reading

Posted in Children and Motherhood | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Feathers

I’m like a mother hen. There’s always room under my wing for another heart child. I just add feathers.

Posted in Children and Motherhood | Tagged , | Leave a comment

One Hundred and Six

For every one hundred females born into the human race, one hundred and six males are born. Yet, women outnumber men by fifty-one to forty-nine. You my young man have just proven, yet again, why that is true.

Posted in Children and Motherhood | Tagged | Leave a comment

Demeter’s Lament

Where have you gone my lovely one? Why do I feel so alone?

Posted in Children and Motherhood, Poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment