I write stories and anecdotes so that I don't day drink.She also thinks herself, "[a] cussy Catholic", through her writing and daily stories of her life she is, "hoping to help families feel normal in a judgmental world that pressures us to be mistake-free and robotic." Tara's pride and joy is a lovable girl named Norah. One day Norah and Tara were at their local grocery store picking up some birthday cake for Norah. A similarity in Tara and her daughter is that they are both blunt. Honesty is, after all, the best policy. So enter an elderly man, not really smiling, probably having an off day. He passes by them and Norah immediately strikes up a conversation.
Today's feel good story comes to us from Tara Woods, who describes herself on her Facebook page as a modern day parent. Her about me describes just how awesome she really is, the mother we've always wanted.