Letting Go..

…is just another way to sayI’ll always love you so Yes that’s the Barry Manilow song. But I am using this line for Elon. Because yesterday he did a beginner trial for basketball kids. It was 6-7 in the evening and that was also Eden’s bedtime. I had to miss it (let go) although I […]

Do you ever ask whose kid is this person?

No? Because I do. Lately, whenever I am driving and my son is in his seemingly small carseat, I look from the mirror and wonder whose kid is this person seated in the back seat of my car? Sometimes I catch a glimpse of him while sleeping all long limbs like his dad’s and I […]

My Love

Elon, you are five today. I will always say this but I could not believe it. I wouldn’t say the time flew past me because I have been with you every day of those 5 years. I have cherished every single day even those ones that were not the best. We were never away from […]

It’s October

It’s October Leaves are falling It’s orange, red and yellow I see The wind has turned bitter But the smell is crisp It’s when I think of you most Your whole you that I feel Your hands busy Your mind busier Your love sometimes too much for me Without you I would neither want This […]

Three things I am grateful for

The past two weeks that we’ve all been staying home due to the pandemic has been quite… interesting. We have a full house with myself, Elon and Edward. I can’t tell you that I’m loving every second of it. There are times that by the end of the day, I would feel defeated, guilty and […]

Ding dong

Ding dong says the bell as I cross the street to drop you off in school. It is the first real sign of the day that I am to part with you. Shakespeare said parting is such sweet sorrow but it’s mostly sorrow for me. Maybe because you’re just 4 and very sweet. My boy, […]