We so often experience something for the last time without realizing it. I’m thankful for this set of #MondayMemories. Continue reading One year ago yesterday
I’m finding that haiku is a surprisingly helpful tool for getting memories on the page. Here’s one about a tooth … and the Easter bunny.
#MondayMemories Continue reading Haiku, memoir and the Easter bunny
Cold weather can inspire some interesting experiments. My latest: an attempt at a winter activity called skijoring. Continue reading The winter ya-yas: a cautionary tale (skijoring, take 1)
If you suspect food sensitivities affect your child (or self … or other family member … ), our current sequestered state offers opportunities for exploration. Continue reading Cabin fever or a food sensitivity?
This brief essay about my father-in-law, who passed Jan. 4, provided the foundation of a Holy Yoga class I taught last week. Continue reading Finding a soft heart