annabyang

annabyang

Jul
09
The Irrational and Rational

The Irrational and Rational

Yesterday, I went to a little dance performance at my daughter’s summer camp. Each week of camp has a
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Jul
04
Lost Freedom

Lost Freedom

It feels strange to celebrate freedom in the United States a mere 10 days after women were stripped of their
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Jun
28
Feeling Scattered

Feeling Scattered

On Friday, I woke up at 5:07 a.m. That may feel early for some but it’s late
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Jun
11
The Work of Summer

The Work of Summer

The first full week of summer has come and gone. The kids have spent their days at camp and several
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Jun
05
The End of the School Year

The End of the School Year

Another school year has drawn to a close. Unlike 2020 and 2021, my kids spent the entire year in the
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May
25
Anguished Screams

Anguished Screams

I first heard the news via a Facebook post from a teacher I know. She wrote, “I know that thoughts
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May
20
What Is Missing

What Is Missing

For a long time, writing was only on the periphery of my life. I started blogging when my oldest son
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May
08
Mother's Day Is Complicated

Mother's Day Is Complicated

I’m in bed right now. My kids (with the charge led by my 12-year-old) wanted to bring me breakfast
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Apr
29
A Dream I Had

A Dream I Had

This week, I had a pregnancy-related dream. It has been a long time since those types of images have invaded
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Apr
22
In the Clouds

In the Clouds

Spring has had a slow start this year. I keep thinking it’s around the corner — even to the point
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