Thirty Years Ago, I Quit the Sorority and Peed On My Sorority Pin

I sat at my laptop in my house typing away next to an owl mug I bought in China Town. I was experiencing a “block.” Even though as a writer and a writing coach, I do not believe in blocks. I called my dear, longtime friend Lisa. She told me…

--

--

--

By Robin Finn — She’s sweaty. She has to pee. She has teenagers. No wonder she can’t sleep.(Photo: Steven Pahel/Unsplash)

Recommended from Medium

What are clients really looking for in a divorce attorney?

Are We Best Friends Now?

Other Shapes

The Blank Valentine…

Project Love: Story of Three Online dating encounters — WeHitched | Connecting singles

project love

How to Get a Guy to Like You (FAST): The Secret Recipe Revealed

Beauty of appreciation

Advice vs control

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Robin Finn

Robin Finn

Founder: Heart.Soul.Pen.® for women writers & the Women’s Writing Den. Essays: @NYTimes @WashPo @LATimes @BuzzFeed. Author: “Restless in L.A.” www.robinfinn.com

More from Medium

Grief Won’t Change My Parenting

Could My Child Have ADHD? How Can I Find Out?

Saying Goodbye to a Friend

Breastfeeding Isn’t Always Best