Letters to Everett: Habits worth having

I’m talking about the personal choice we all have in the moments after a snafu, misunderstanding, miscommunication, argument, or any downright rotten thing occurs that gets us all “oh no they didn’t!”

Not apologizing for the pretzel in the front seat

Now I can find the humor and fleeting sweetness in the messy moments of life with family. It’s not an indictment on any of us that our house isn’t Pottery Barn catalog clean, or that any of the things described herein are in stark contrast from the way family life is “supposed to be.”