The day I discovered “listen” was an anagram of “silent,” my grammar nerd flag officially flew. That was until last week when I learned that both silent and listen, when rearranged, spell “lets in.” I’m going to need that flag in size Texas, please. Silent. Listen. Lets in. It usually happens in that order, doesn’tRead More
Growing up, I hated every girl who could skip. I sat inside at recess, watching all the skippers. No matter how hard I tried or cried, I just. could … n’t. get the steps and … rhy-thm … right. I felt so uncoordinated. So clumsy. My older sister tried to teach me, but my twoRead More
I didn’t love much about my maiden name of Huth. Americanized from the guttural, German “Hütt,” it was mispronounced in classroom roll calls and corporate phone calls. But it did give me the best nickname in the history of softball. Babe Huth. I know. It almost makes me sorry for every other player who hasRead More
Let’s meet in the middle
Laurie Davies / Jesus follower / silver lining finder / sentence fragment defender
I’m a middle-class middle child who grew up in the Midwest. I am fluent in “middle.” I write to encourage women toignite their in-between years with joy, courage and purpose. Let’s be middle managers. Who’s in? ~ Laurie
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