Sunday, July 27, 2008

We were

away, but now we're back. A week at folk school, fraught with mother/daughter psycho drama, plus crafting, plus . . . well, other stuff.

13 comments:

mouse (aka kimy) said...

ah let's hear it for mother daughter psycho drama...'tis the way of the world! but 9 times out of 10 it doesn't mean anything 'untoward'....

have you read deborah tannen's book "you're wearing THAT? understanding mothers and daughters in conversation" - it's a great bit of analysis. at times very insightful and very right on.

my e, who is now 29,and I have still have moments of drama at times but nothing like the 'teen years." we are now bestest of friends and confidants but still very much mother and daughter....wishing you the depth with L that I have with e....

oh, balwin wallace is also a good school/college for musical kids.... thought of that the other day while passing b=w on the way to the irish festival and thought of you!

d. chedwick said...

Hmmm

Just stopping by to say helloo...exhausted--will catch up in a day or two.

xxxooo

H.A. Page said...

Loved the pics at Princeton! Mother-daughter activities full of drama? We have those, too!

Are you going to post the crafts? I hope so.

Middle Ditch said...

It's good to see you back

angela said...

Welcome home! Hope it was a pleasant and useful week in spite of all the drama!

Ex-Shammickite said...

I only had sons, no daughters, but I think a similar sort of psycho drama unfolds at times...

citizen of the world said...

Yep, I know the mother-child psychodramas, too. Welcome home.

DineometerDeb said...

This means you will have show and tell?

I took notes Saturday...now where did I put them.....

Betty C. said...

Am I supposed to know what "folk school" is? I'm curious...

Middle Ditch said...

Thanks for your e-mail. I'm glad that you enjoy the quirky tales if village life

Ash said...

Hope you're feeling better :-)

Anonymous said...

hello!

good luck with the psycho drama....
:o/


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Rima said...

Hello and thanks for visiting my Hermitage, glad you liked what you found there...
All best wishes from Scotland
Rima