As my son’s teenage years approached, I knew I didn’t want to be that mom.
And that’s when everything clicked for me up there on that snow-covered beast of a mountain and I realized – Hey, you know what? I can do hard things.
I'm also motivated to graduate before my own son graduates from high school, giving me a six year window to get my degree in hand.
In 2006, we moved three times and lived in four different homes.
a raw bundle of emotions lay dormant in the pit of me quite often left alone buried deep and dark jumbled like a ball of yarn messy and tangled eager …
We got engaged just three months into knowing each other. Unbeknownst to him, he was going to be my savior and help me create a life of normalcy that I now craved in the wake of my parents’ divorce. The timing was right, for right now.
In 2008, shortly after I sold my wine bar and retail shop, we moved to a small farming town on the Sonoma Coast with a population of 126. After working …
By Tammi Salas. I woke up early and immediately started thinking about my mother.