After much deliberation and flip-flopping, I have decided to disband the pursuit of blogging glory. It’s been a fun few years and I hope you’ve enjoyed the weekly musings of Sunday Reader.
Slipping away for a while… It is just after 6 AM on Saturday morning when sheets of rain shroud the farm in rhythmic waves. The sky is a muted gray.
I love books. I always have. I can’t remember NOT being able to read, but I do recall being well into chapter books before I started school.
Clark Griswold, that patron saint of family travel, was watching over us Moores as we made our way to a fun-packed family reunion in the mountains of West Virginia.
Staying a week at Meemaw’s was the highlight of my summers growing up in North Alabama. One thing we always did during Meemaw Week was roll coins. It is a legacy I hope to pass along to my own future grandchildren.
Teens will push limits. It’s part of their DNA. Parenting is a process, not a competition. So, what’s the matter with kids today? It’s probably us.