Why I Chose to be Motherless &...

August 20, 2014

I recently read the essay, Motherless By Choice, by Katie Naum and felt awed by its honesty, its sincerity, and its wisdom. It...

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If I Could Turn Back Time

August 15, 2014

Snapshot Poem #4 is not really a poem, but some thoughts.       Take a moment to ponder my beautiful words and imagery...

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Fairway to Heaven, by Lily Mal...

August 12, 2014

I hosted my first ever guest author on the blog last Friday, Lily Malone, and what a lovely guest she was! (You can read...

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A Lament for the Passing of Gr...

August 10, 2014

A quick snapshot poem this week: It’s not often these days that I get to take my children to a park, or to the beach, or to...

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Hey, I Have a Guest in the Att...

August 8, 2014

I’m very proud to introduce my first guest author to the attic: Lily Malone, author of His Brand of Beautiful (Escape...

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Bottling the Kids

August 6, 2014

There’s been a lot going on this year—mostly good, but not all of it. Normally, I cope. Normally, I feel good about the good things,...

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My Father’s Hands

August 1, 2014

These hands held mine each Sunday night and clipped my nails, while I wriggled and watched the clippings fall like sawdust into the...

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Let Her Go, by Dawn Barker

July 30, 2014

  Dawn Barker has done it again with her second book, ‘Let her Go’. I loved ‘Fractured‘ (click the link...

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Lost and Found, by Brooke Davi...

July 28, 2014

This novel hit the bookstores with a bang and much has already been written about it, so I won’t repeat too much of the story....

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Privileged Moments

July 26, 2014

I’ve used the word privilege before when talking about being a doctor, because there are many privileges afforded the medical...

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The Luxury of Feeling

July 25, 2014

I have a few coping techniques that I’ve developed over the years—techniques that have served me well and that have helped me...

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Snapshot Poetry

July 19, 2014

I thought I’d start a creative diversion—some poetry. I do not consider myself a poet by any stretch of the imagination, but...

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