Category Archives: relationships

I Cheated on My Boyfriend

Just like Mackenzie in Newsroom, I didn’t know I was in love with my boyfriend, #greenchef, until I cheated on him. Mackenzie:  I didn’t know that I was in love with you, too, until . . . Will:  You cheated on … Continue reading

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4-Letter Words

We knew we were in trouble if mom said, “Oh! H-E-double. . .” But, she never finished it. At six, thinking I was smarter than my parents, I wrote 4-letter words on paper and delivered to my mother at the … Continue reading

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Basic Human Decency, Respect and Grace

Back in 1993, what feels like another lifetime, Dwight and I moved into a one-bedroom condo on the seventh floor or The American Towers in downtown Salt Lake City. The idea of living downtown was charming. Everything was within walking distance. … Continue reading

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A Little Help from My Friends

With a Little Help from My Friends   Even though he is not a big Bible reader, over and over, my ex-husband said, “the truth will set you free” from the Book of John. Dwight told me, “When you write, … Continue reading

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Mamas and Moose — Moose on the Loose

Mamas and Moose   Each fall, the moose are on the loose in my neighborhood. Just like the mama moose has a routine of walking the neighborhood and feeding her babies from the trees, my mama and I have a … Continue reading

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Being DEPEND-abled

Being DEPEND-abled   Last weekend, the ladies and I spent quality time, with wine, at the Arts Festival. Since we had not seen each other in a while, conversation turned from school to homes to books and to bad dates. … Continue reading

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