I am writing this post because it is important that we all remember that families come in all sorts and sizes and how they hunker down to do social distancing is not the same for everyone. I have seen some excellent but also a few trite posts about how to entertain your kids during this … Continue reading Basset Hound or Border Collie? Not all kids are the same. Be Kind.
I have an un-natural obsession with apocalyptic stories - movies and books. My husband pokes fun at me for it - even though he often settles in to watch too. I am not alone, clearly, looking at the box office numbers. Why is it we are drawn to them? I have often wondered about this … Continue reading Courting the Apocalypse – How Disaster Movies Can Ease our Despair
Sensory Processing after the Fort McMurray Wildfire The red fire tee. That's how I think of it. It sounds like a description from an L.L. Bean catalogue. It's not. It's the shirt I wore for almost twenty four hours as our family fled from the Fort McMurray wildfire three years ago. Often when I reached … Continue reading The Red Fire Tee