Writing & Wanderlust
Category Archives: Child’s Play
All photos are by Tara C.L. (age 15) and are copyrighted with all rights reserved.
My daughter recently told me she thought “being the President is so much work. At least if I were the President’s wife I would get to meet Martha Stewart and Oprah. After all, the women have had to pull strings … Continue reading
Photos by Tara C.L. (Tati A.) are copyrighted with all rights reserved.
These photos are the result of a photo class my youngest daughter (now 14) took at the Eliot School in Jamaica Plain with Robin Radin. The Eliot School was founded in 1676 as a grammar school but changed focus in the … Continue reading
Me: “I’m going to a party tomorrow night so I won’t be home ’til late.” Fourteen-year-old Tara: “And you didn’t invite me?” Me: “Well, would you like to come to a 60th birthday party?” Tara: “Only if it’s a Sweet Sixtieth.” … Continue reading
I’ve always thought being short kinda stank, that I always have to look up at people. But I’m not alone. Flowers have to look up at the sky, feet have to look up at hands. Even a step has to … Continue reading