Georgian Bay: July, 1988.Â The clouds feather high in the cobalt sky.Â When Evergreen floats near the shore, I climb out the nose and jump to the rock holding the rope. My feet splash into the water.Â I stumble.Â My cousin Michael laughs.
Learning Big Lessons from a Family Recipe
A family recipe can be a legacy. We all learn from our parents. For many of us, parents are our first teachers and our most influential teachers. I’ve worked with so many families over the years and whatever the family story, whether the parents are very present or very absent, children learn big lessons. And we learn from every experience and encounter with our parents, things that can hurt us and things that can heal us, things that take us backward and things that move us forward.