You Don’t Brush Your Teeth Every Night

Today’s guest post comes from Orinda Darling. She is not the real author of this piece, but she was a real person living in 19th century America. Orinda is also the nickname given to Katherine Philips, 17th century poet and “apostle of female friendship”, according to Wikipedia. You don’t brush your teeth every night You …

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Growing Up

By Megan Wilcox Goates

At what point does a person realize she is now more or less old? Is it when she personally finds the cold-shoulder trend in women’s clothing hideous? Or is it when her teenager inadvertently points out her agedness? (Asking for a friend.) Seventy-five percent of my children have special needs. This is not hyperbole, it’s …

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