Hindsight always offers a broader, deeper perspective. We’ve been “Covid-ing” for over a year. What do we know now that we could not have foreseen
I posted this poem days ago. And then a few nights later I read it out loud to a group of fellow “creatives” (they did
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By Neil DeGrasse Tyson Wednesday, June 3, 2020 My colleague had other encounters with the law that he shared later…
Season 2 of “Beauty In The Breakdown: Living & Loving Life After Loss” is ready with Episode 19, “An Anniversary Overshadowed.” Today, on the 10th
“In a shameful attempt to use the coronavirus crisis to push their own radical agendas, the governors and attorneys general of Ohio, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana,
Lately, the things that scare me aren’t death or disease. Although given what I’ve been through in the past ten years (lots of deaths, lots
The United States of America has never been perfect. It continues to be a work in progress, even (and perhaps especially) after almost 250 years.
I use this blogging platform to write about loss and grief. Most of my readers (and clients in real life) have experienced either the death
We (the Democrats) got the House back. We flipped several governorships. We elected a record number of women to public office. The turnout was historic.
How did we become the nation that: Pulls babies and toddlers from their parents’ arms and puts them in cages; Elects, appoints, and accepts sexual
This isn’t really my story to tell, but it’s the story I haven’t been able to stop mulling over since the #MeToo movement shifted into
[Featured Image by Julian Rettger] When I talk about my “new normal” I mean the life I am building for myself after loss. I acknowledge