October 13, 2020
Sam grabbed the half-and-half cart and returned it to the fridge, closing the refrigerator door a little more force than necessary. “That’s because she isn’t my girlfriend. She hasn’t been my Ivy for two years now.”
“Are you going to go see her? She’s working again tonight.”
Sam gave his brother and incredulous look. “No, I’m not going to see her. Why would I do that?”
October 8, 2020
Such exciting news! Jane’s Christmas book, Oh, Christmas Night hit the USA Today list and she couldn’t be happier! Thank you so much to everyone who picked up a copy of the book to help make this happen!
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August 20, 2019
My middle son doesn’t need me to go to his Parent Orientation this week at Occidental, after all he’s gone off to college twice now. We all know what’s going to happen—well, let’s be clear, we know how orientation goes—not necessarily how the year itself will go. That’s still up for grabs. But late last week when I was pouring over the orientation schedule for Oxy and I showed him the...