I have a friend who has three daughters, including a set of twins. They are now in their late twenties and early thirties. And they are all back living at home now. I was shocked to hear this. All three girls have four-year college degrees. All three have full-time jobs. But none can earn enough … Continue reading STAY AT HOME KIDS – BY ELLIN CURLEY

RIGHT AS RAIN – Marilyn Armstrong

One of the ways I know I've gotten old is when someone goes missing, I'm afraid they are in the hospital or some other catastrophe has befallen them. I worry about the fragility of the people in my world. My family. Garry. Me. The dogs. Online. Personally. Distant and nearby. To be fair, I also … Continue reading RIGHT AS RAIN – Marilyn Armstrong