Colter is colorblind and is pestered by his friends who want him to identify colors for him. Okay, and we his family do it sometimes too! My previous post discusses colorblindness.
In case you’re wondering, yes, “To kill?” were my husband’s exact words when I told him (texted him, actually) that his daughter had received her learner’s license. Just Wing It is drawn by my 16-year-old daughter Noa. See Read More
It was my birthday recently and this is the card Noa drew for me. I’m the one with the brown braid; she’s the redhead (don’t be too impressed; it’s henna). The computer thing – that’s just with the artwork software! Read More
This is an actual conversation between me and Noa’s best friend Moon. I’m the one with the braid; Moon has the two-tone hair. Sadly, when I switched my blog from Winging It to Carma with a C, I lost a Read More
Noa had to have a minor gum surgery after her braces were removed. She wanted to be put under so the doc tried an IV but, as the poor girl inherited my veins, it was not a success. Fortunately she Read More
I’d like to say she exaggerated, but … yeah, this is about right. Mind you, I knew we still had a wedding gift or three still in their original boxes – lovely glass serving platters. (I’ve packed and unpacked them Read More
Noa has been drawing comics of our family life, so I thought I’d post some here. The title of her comic is “Just Wing It.” (Why, yes, it is related to the title of my blog! Thanks so much for noticing!) Noa Read More