It might be determined by a casual observer, that I live in odd distance from where it would be expected to find me. It is by choice but not by plan. And unlike the city girl of my growing up days I no longer like congested, densely populated areas as a permanent living situation. Give […]
In the United States today there are thousands of people who are faced with challenges in daily living that have brought them to a point of revolt against the status quo of American economics.
My son came home a year ago last July. He had gone missing, and every phone call from an unknown number, every news story about an unidentified body that had been found and every account of someone killed in a police confrontation made my heart race. In the months and weeks before we parted ways, my […]
How to finish the book. It seems close to being done sometimes. My fatigue in the evening drains me of incentive. Weekends are my only respite since I have a day job to sustain throughout the week. I must keep trying. Annie Dillard claims a book often takes years to complete. I know there are […]
Where do I go to hide from MS? Is there a place I can just hang out for a day or two and not be reminded that I have this spectre of physical impairment following me around? Lately I feel drained and really tired towards the end of a day. In the morning I have […]
“But, Mousie, thou art no thy lane [you aren’t alone]In proving foresight may be vain:The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ menGang aft a-gley, [often go awry]An’ lea’e us nought but grief an’ pain,For promised joy. ” –Robert Burns Who planned for their life to this point in time? If you had asked me when […]
Spring is a whispered desire beneath a teetering globe, to bear fruit, to give birth, to perpetuate all that lives and teases the earth to push up its dormant hopes and let them sprout and mature to harvest. Warming rays grasp at the heavy garments of winter and urge them to be put aside. Limbs […]