I enjoy writing these posts more than tater tot posts. Writing a random post about nothing in particular is the grownup equivalent of a study hall note passing session or MASH game. Speaking of which, you can now play the MASH game online. Part three of random things I want to remember and save in… Continue reading Things I Want to Remember | Part Three
I recall you wearing purple and yellow braided barrettes when we had a fight and you stopped speaking to me. We had gone to a fun fair at our school the night before, and you had become friends with the new girl on our street. We didn't talk for three months, but it felt like years.… Continue reading Braided Barrettes
I've been working through some heavy feelings lately. I have been struggling to write a proper post. I found this quote in my soul homework the other day and I liked it. "It takes courage to tell the truth about how we feel, especially since we don't ever really know how it will be received...but… Continue reading What I Kept- May 2022
https://anchor.fm/kari-wagner-hoban/episodes/Not-My-Mothers-Menopause--Chapter-Seven-e1i467u I meant to publish this last week, but time got away from me. When I say "this week's chapter," I really mean "last week's chapter." And when I talk about three things I'm looking forward to in the podcast, know that I recorded it last week. I know this doesn't mean anything to you,… Continue reading Podcast #46- Chapter Eight- Not My Mother’s Menopause
If you met you at a party, would you find yourself interesting? Would you sit next to yourself if you met yourself on the first day of school? Would you pick yourself out of a crowd in a room full of people? I'm not sure I would. Prior to soul homework, I couldn't figure out… Continue reading Would You Be Friends With You?
I published a post titled 100 Things I Love in 2017 and it was a lot of fun to write. A lot has happened in in the five years since I published that post, the most significant of which was a global pandemic. But I've changed a lot since 2017, going through menopause, writing a… Continue reading 100 More Things I Love