It’s cold here in Minnesota, but when duty — the dog — calls, dressing right makes it possible to stay relatively cozy. Here’s my how-to … Continue reading Dressing for the (cold) occasion
Doodling a gift bag for my Dad today, and celebrating him and the other dads in my life … Jon, Jon’s dad, Grandpa, Grandad, Otousan and other special dad-figures. Thank you for being there, and Happy Father’s Day! (And thanks, D, for the inspiration!) Continue reading Father’s Day
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