Twenty-five days into April I can see the light at the end. Yesterday, I wrote a couple poems. One inspired by my oldest daughter and the other off anagrams of my name. Rachael Teaches Rachael reaches climatic feats figuring and teaches her class concise didactic math measures Rachael reaches Veronica Love Can I rove gushing … Continue reading
We have a walker now. And yes, I apparently called my daughter a zombie. No one informed me of this development until the night I told the dog, Be careful we have a walker in the house now. Gretchen: Oh great, I’m a zombie. My zombie climbing up steps. “Our way is not soft grass, … Continue reading
Hello November :D My favorite season is fall. Living in Arizona, I miss the fall colors but here we can appreciate a cool down in weather. My A/C has been kicking on the first part of this month. A first for me but as I’m writing this post, we are finally waking up to some … Continue reading
Podiatry, pastries and poetry – Veronica Hosking is back!
Good morning Mamazina readers. My girls have started their second week of school. Their first day was Monday August 6th, and we are all learning a new academic routine. Rachael is now a freshman in high school – new school and new schedule. Gretchen started middle school. It appears my oldest is having a harder … Continue reading
I’m sure almost everyone recognizes the title of this post. Oh, the Places You’ll Go by: Dr. Seuss. The month of May is here, once more, and as I write this post, my girls have only three weeks of school left. Things here are going to get hectic, because both of my daughters are going … Continue reading
April is national poetry month, and as a poet, I have been writing a poem a day with napowrimo. As I’m writing this post, I have accomplished two-thirds of the prompts and have only ten more to go. If you would like to see all the poems I have written this month, the list is … Continue reading
Veronica Hosking survived spring break! MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood.
February is slipping away for Veronica Hosking, but not before she muses on winter, birthdays, love and youth, or lack thereof… for MamaBlogger365, to benefit the Museum of Motherhood.
Shira Adler’s very special birth story – for MamaBlogger365, a blogging project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood, now open in NYC.