Tassie Types is about growing up and growing older, facing the mirror, and laughing through it all. Here, you'll find stories of family and friends, courage and love, and laughing without fear of the future.
*So excited to be one of the authors included in this amazing literary journal! I even got the opportunity to share my story at the Ocotillo Review launch party in Houston. (Everyone and my mother was there.) Hope you enjoy my first flash fiction piece, Lickety Split, about a mother and daughter who stretch themselves to […]
My sixteen-year-old daughter is saving her toes for marriage. She announced this to me the day before she was to leave for Greece to attend a youth group camp at the Ionian Village. She had begged me for years to let her go on this priceless adventure to explore her heritage and discover herself. She […]
My daughter and I have a love-hate relationship. She loves to interrogate me at length about my past, her favorite subjects being my most embarrassing moments and the opposite sex. She lectures me on being an overprotective parent and tests how high she can raise my anxiety before I detonate. She feels I should be […]