If I could rewire the world, I would. It’s been a wild Spring to Summer and heading into Fall. I do know that nothing lasts (as in bad things) — […]
Here we are in the middle of the most unwished for thing: a pandemic. One month into quarantine pushes people to show their true colors.
I earned my Birding badge in my ever-brief enlistment in the Girl Scouts. Lucky for me, the test was easy and even back then, I knew bluebirds from robins. That […]
I’m behind the crowd, having just finished Celeste Ng’s (pronounced Ing) first novel, EVERYTHING I NEVER TOLD YOU. My plan was to move on to LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE, her new […]
I drove 250 miles this week, Plymouth to Brooklyn, NY. I’ve traveled I-95 and Merritt/Hutchinson/Henry Hudson hundreds of times. Traffic was light, the day bright, and for reasons that aren’t […]
It’s a small thing, but my house mouse garnered a lot of attention when I started writing about him on my FaceBook page, the type that makes a mouse quiver […]