Monthly Archives: March 2014

All Better Some Day

The four of us were sitting down to dinner together, a rare treat since Davey started working two jobs a month ago. We went around the table verbalizing our gratitude – everyone was grateful to be together. Next comes sharing … Continue reading

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When the World (or One Guy) Agrees I’ve called my husband brilliant from the moment I met him. His soul screams in pictures, projecting visions and creating images through theatre that challenge and entice. This play, written by his beautiful, … Continue reading

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My Husband is a Dream Boat

Dave’s play open’s tonight, Small Hours Serenade, making this our 3rd main stage show since moving to Detroit and starting a new theatre company. I love this play. It is a new work that reminds me of a dragonfly, lightly making … Continue reading

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Blow Fish

I find melodramatic prose comforting right now. Imagine a shipwreck in the fog, but everyone makes it safely to a large rock. I feel like that rock, my family is standing on my back, regaining their composure and feeling safe. … Continue reading

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The tops of 12 iris plants are poking around a snow drift today, begging for sunshine and light, freedom from the darkness of winter. This winter somehow sneaked up on us, as if every November wasn’t a fading swan song … Continue reading

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My Last Day of Pregnancy

Throw Back Thursday — the last day of my last pregnancy, nearly five years ago. I hated being pregnant, but the results were perfection.

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Broken Bicycle Horn or Hyperventilating Seal?

I want to be known as the person who dances in Movie theaters. If someone says, “you know Sarah, right?” and the other person stares blankly I hope the next words uttered are, “you know, the mom who always dances … Continue reading

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Momma Says Keep Your Shoes On

A room of adults sipping wine and drinking beer, laughing and enjoying adult conversation while snacking on delightful food not purchased with children in mind – throwing a party for adults is such a strange experience after years of musical … Continue reading

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Unicorns and Rainbows

I wish my week were so full of rainbow farting unicorns that I didn’t bother to write, my pupils dilating to the rhythmic dancing of fantastical light shows as my children gleefully take in sights and wonders too intense to … Continue reading

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