By: Abbie Gale I have sat and cried thinking about begging my dad to let me go to a Prince concert in Detroit when I was 15. I had been a fan for years the way a kid becomes a young adult to a certain soundtrack. The Abbey Road record store guy, in my sleepy […]
Me screaming in the hall at the closed garage door a few minutes ago. “Drag the body to the top of the stairs and I will help pull him down! Keep him upright so you don’t get any more blood on the carpet! Hurry up! I think I hear people. Do you know where the […]
This is something I wrote to someone else today when a friend had a bit of a public meltdown. I switched it around a little but I think more people need to hear it because so many people are fighting their own battles from anxiety, depression or family crisis. I know when I feel […]
“No denying this son. There is only one rear end in this house that only takes up 25% of the copy machine glass. You need a Clorox wipe so I can fax again. I don’t care if I gave you the idea when you said you needed a picture of your lizard for school. Well […]
She may not have wanted the burden of a family once she had it but she took care of us all. The family she ended up with was her cross to bear. There is a restlessness in some of us, like my mom, that my grandmother recognized. She never could figure out how to “mother” that.