"This book illuminates both the inner and outer journeys of motherhood from a spiritual perspective. As memoirist and guide, Judith tells her story with insight, positivity and just the right amount of humor to provide levity to the challenges of life passages as a mother. Reading this book gives one hope for the seasoning of wisdom that can happen with empty nesting."
Judith Frizlen is an educator, writer, mother, and supporter of parents.She has taught in many environments including the Aurora Waldorf School and staff development centers throughout New York State. In order to bring the LifeWays model - Rudolf Steiner's approach to early childhood education for working parents - to the city of Buffalo, she founded the Rose Garden Early Childhood Center. After building the Center, she converted it into a worker-cooperative. Her books include Words for Parents in Small Doses, Words for Teachers and Caregivers in Small Doses,and Unpacking Guilt, a Mother's Journey to Freedom. She posts to her blog on judithfrizlen.com and continues researching and supporting young children and their families in her current role as a grandmother.