There’s something about grief

Over the last 18 months or so, we have lived under what seems to be a collective blanket of grief. At minimum, we may grieve for the ability to move about the world freely as our pre-pandemic selves once did. For most of us, we grieve so much more: the loss of loved ones, of … Continue reading There’s something about grief

Not Always in My Favor But Always for My Good

Yesterday was one of "those days." You know how it goes: a pretty good start to the day ruined by a particularly piercing rejection letter, followed by a barrage of emails from people demanding things of you that border on unreasonable and those who are making reasonable requests at the perfectly wrong time, capped off … Continue reading Not Always in My Favor But Always for My Good