By Lisa Cherry
We sat huddled in our little circle of chairs engaging in nervous chatter. All seven of us were willing participants in the meeting, but none of us felt at ease or confident. We cared about each other, and we cared about our sister warriors who would listen to our discussion on our Frontline Families radio show.
As we struggled to figure out how to creatively share three microphones (two of which crinkled when you moved them), we were painfully aware of our lack of professional broadcasting skills. In fact, most of us could not claim to be professional at anything, unless we totaled up the nearly 100 years of mothering experience represented in the Continue reading “Too Busy for the Important Things?” »