Tag Archives: motherhood

Best Story of the Week

There I am, en route to the ATM, my checking account, due to the season, on life support, trying so hard to mind my own business, when, in my hawklike eyeline, what do I see? A mother yelling at her … Continue reading

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Blessed Are The Peacemakers

I get so much shit, for being nice, pardon my parlance, choosing to take the highroad since there’s less traffic on it, if you will. I’m amazed how often my cheerful countenance is challenged as though I suffer from some debilitating … Continue reading

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The Rising Son

I rarely regret not having kids. When my biological clock began ticking loudly, I let it’s batteries run out with a sad, silent grace. If I couldn’t be a parent with a loving partner, I wasn’t about to go it … Continue reading

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Look Who’s Talking

Remember the movie when Kirstie Alley plays the mom and Bruce Willis did the voice of the baby? I was sitting on a bench in front of Dean and Deluca, a neighborhood coffee joint, when a woman came by parking … Continue reading

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Walking A Kid To School

A friend of mine who went to visit her family for the holiday, asked me to walk a little boy to school, a regular job she has.  So for three days I showed up at Arthur’s house at 7:30 a.m. … Continue reading

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Emma

I have a brand new girlfriend named Emma.  She’s a tad younger than me not to mention a bit shorter. But what do you expect at 18 months. What I first noticed was her style very much like mine.  She … Continue reading

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Baby It’s Cold Outside

I’m here wrapped in blankets perusing Google Images. I went from food to cats to Chanel and ended up at babies. How cute are they. I’d take a little off the back if I were you. I know…I’m gonna pull … Continue reading

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Hey Kid

On Saturday, I was walking up Park Avenue on my way to buy groceries, when I came upon a boy, no more than thirteen, weeping on the corner of 83rd Street.   Naturally I had to stop, something I do faithfully … Continue reading

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Little Boys Do Cry

I was walking down 81st Street when I watched a little boy, no more than 2, take a spill on the sidewalk. Instead of crying like I expected, he pulled himself up, regained his balance and pressed on. When he … Continue reading

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The Red Socks

I’ll admit, I do tend to have strange encounters. I think it’s partly because I pay attention  like most writers, and I’m willing more often than not to engage…like this morning. It was pouring all day but I was determined … Continue reading

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