What we lose is what we gain when we trade sleep for an early morning call.
Once again, I found myself walking through my local CVS’s card section with that old tug. I should buy a Mother’s Day card. But I lost my mother many years […]
It’s the time of year when pie reigns. Pie for Breakfast Day follows Thanksgiving. Doubleheader. My family has always been the pie-suppliers for Thanksgiving. My mother before me; now it […]
In a winter weary park, purple crocus bloom. Bright sun makes a liar of the snow and slush of two days ago. For the past week, I’ve been an honorary […]
Yesterday, I attended a graveside memorial service for a friend’s brother who died unexpectedly at age 52. We gathered in the shaded stillness of Lincoln cemetery and listened as his […]
One Republican convention. One master director gone off the rails. One chaise longue in need of a home. My chair story is the kinder, gentler one. No Eastwooding involved. Seven years ago […]