Pouring Thoughts and Pee-Phobia


Elizabeth Duffy has an entertaining and thoughtful entry in her column, this week as shares with us the origins of her writing:I started keeping a diary when I was about eleven. My mother suggested I start writing to cure a weird childhood insomnia that kept me up late nights worrying that I was going to pee in my sleep, even though I'd not wet the bed since I was out of diapers.When I was struck by pee-phobia, I would go stand by Mom and Dad's bed, and wait for them to wake up, which … [Read more...]