The choices we make and the importance of being mindful in those choices. Some might not seem like a good idea at first, but you can make it work.
Poetry is like pornography: I know it when I see it. Or read it if you want to be picky. Or maybe it’s an acquired taste, something you have to be trained to learn to like. Gin martinis might be an acquired taste, but in my case, I took to […]
My mother is one of 12 children. She is 92 now. In all likelihood, she’ll see her 93rd birthday in late October. She was a middle child, but now she’s the oldest, having survived six of her siblings. The youngest girl, my Aunt Edith, is in hospital now. Dying. From […]