Tag Archives: Berit Gordon

September 19

There’s Nothing to Eat; There’s Nothing to Read by Berit Gordon

There isn’t anything to eat in my house. My two older kids are at sleepaway camp, and I’ve let our fridge become a wasteland of containers no one wants to open, in addition to huge watermelons and Costco-sized bags of mini carrots that only my teens like to eat. The more crowded it becomes with […]