The wind doesn’t expect the trees to remember every gust blown through it’s leaves and the sea would never hold it against a rocky coastline if the majority of its waves crashed and were forgotten. Should you travel with young kids? Should you travel with your very young children who […]
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It was called husky back then, but I was what I was: a fat boy who rarely saw the sun. Years before websites, blogs, and vanity url’s would become actual things, the furnished basement of my parents suburban home was my domain. And a Nintendo gaming system with a protruding […]
There were no photos staged or taken. No cutesy videos either. Not a single sight or sound constructed or reconstructed to share with the world. A tree goes boom, whether anyone is there to hear it fall or not. There was only my 7-year-old daughter and I righting a wrong […]
That Tiffany song. You know the one. 6th grade. The first time I stood in close physical proximity to a female who didn’t birth me, and in a way that would’ve said, ‘hey there beautiful,’ if a chubby boy in a peach knit cardigan sweater and a regrettable volume of […]
First, let me say thank you to those who continue to find their way to OWTK and read some of my work here and on other sites like The Huffington Post and PBS Parents. The internet is overflowing with content, wall to wall with words and pictures and sounds, and […]
It’s the year two thousand and fourteen. Commonly written as the numerical 2014. I feel it important to start with a simple reminder of the year in which we live not because I want to insult your intelligence and not because this is the genesis of another horid Hollywood script […]