Two Moms at the End of August
Two moms at the end of August watching their kids play and almost play together.
Hoping September will reverse the desertification of creativity.
Seeking energy in iced coffee.
Ignoring chipped nail polish on their toes.
Two moms receiving sweet hugs and kisses from their kids on a sunny morning — love-filled compensation for the lack of financial productivity swept in by summer, and for the guilt that lingers.
Two moms: Nomi and me.
We’ve got dreams.
Bring on back to school.
In Sync by Nomi Melul Ohad