Dear Adeline, We play a game. It’s called “Broken Mousy Robot,” and it is exactly how it sounds. The gist is to pretend that we
Dear Adeline, Wants and needs. I wonder if the key to a happy life, if indeed that is the goal, is deciphering the two. Do
Dear Adeline and River, I am ridiculously good at Street Fighter II. I have yet to find another human being who can consistently beat me.
Dear Adeline and River, It’s important that you know I struggle. Life comes at me and I am often at a loss. Take the past
Dear Adeline, Fancy Nancy. It’s in that book. On the third page a shaggy dog sits inside of a brown suitcase. Every time we turn to
Dear Adeline, Below are some of the small things in life that I love and why I love them. I can’t wait to share these