The poetry of new friends and not knowing

“Or was the point always to continue without a sign?” Sometimes other’s words resonate. A line from 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature recipient Louise Glück.

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Eating my way to my best self… No, wait…

On the other side of the world or our own backyards, where can we find what we’re missing? I’m reading Eat Pray Love.

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Entering Others’ Stories: A Spoiler-Free Recommendation of Chaim Potok’s The Chosen

I’ve always loved books that let me enter into someone else’s experience. No one fits neatly in a box. Check out my mostly spoiler-free recommendation of Chaim Potok’s classic and timely The Chosen.

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Anyway…

That’s a phrase I use a lot… A transition. Or braking to shift gears, or make a turn…

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Sunlight

The sunlight dazzles my eyes so they ache deciphering black words on a white page. Like other things we love, it can hurt.

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Fifty Years in the Future Forty Years Ago

The future was bright and my possibilities endless. Yes, the world looked different when I was nine, but I was figuring things out.

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NaNoWriMo… #amwriting

So, I’ve decided to take part in NaNoWriMo, super informally. One of those people who don’t even intend to write a novel, but want to be motivated to write every day. I see some people who write in short format consider it […]

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And I Know I’m at Least a Little Awesome…

The questions caught me off-guard. Got me thinking about what I meant when I said I was whole…

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