Tales Of An Educated Debutante
on life, loss and the joy that rules the day.
The future is far away and scary, but today is lovely.
Adrian H. Wood, PhD
My name is Amos. This is my mother. Her name is Adrian. She says she is exhausted. I don't know why. All she did was fun stuff last week. She says she'll never get clothes put away again and what about the Christmas cards? I don't care if she does that stuff or not. Neither does daddy. I just want to go outside on the playground. She just wants to lie down beside the camel and Mary and a king. They are very tired too. My mom is crazy ..Read more
My name is Amos. I am a little bit of a dictator. My brother Russell says I'm smarter every day. Yesterday, I got out of my push bike when we were walking downtown and pushed my mom back to the coffee shop. I love their donuts. Today, I gave my mom the remote control and said, Help! She changed the channel and I said NO until she found Curious George. I said Ooh Ooh Ahh Ahh to tell her yes. I used my talker to tell my mom, "You go outside playground I ..Read more
Dear Blue Cross Blue Shield, My name is Amos and I am three years old. I live in Edenton, North Carolina. Do you know where that is? Do you know who I am? I am thinking you remember my mom. She is the one that called you all summer. I had to watch tv with my brothers and sister while we waited for her to talk to you. Sometimes she would cry. I've never seen her get that mad. She said that she is trying to be a good mama bear. I just wanted ..Read more
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