(wait for it…) Yes, wait. The saying is true. Good things are happening and I think it’s time for my blog to get a facelift. I’m sensing a change—not just my address or current country (although that will be changing soon enough), but in the energy of the universe. This will be the summer of … Continue reading Good Things Come To Those Who….
I became a fan of David Sedaris a decade ago, when I was in graduate school and my then-boyfriend introduced me to him. “I think you’ll like this guy,” he said. “He’s funny.” And he handed me a stack of David Sedaris books. David–whom I’m on a first name basis with now that we’ve had … Continue reading An Evening with David Sedaris
Today marks my 8th anniversary on WordPress. It feels like just yesterday I was writing a blog about my 4th anniversary on WordPress, but perhaps that’s because yesterday I was reading the blog in which I mentioned my 4th anniversary. Time sure does fly when reviewing a rapid succession of years’ highlights. Thus, in keeping … Continue reading Top 18 of 2018
Greetings, dear friends. As we come to a close of 2017, I wanted to keep in tradition of writing a Top New Year’s list, but instead of writing about food, or pictures, or moments, or pictures of best food moments, I’m going to keep in the spirit of that which has played the largest role … Continue reading Top 12 Joyful Moments of 2017
I owe some friends of mine a book. In the summer of 2016 I spent three months in Greece, 82 days of which were spent on the island of Thassos. It was my intention to move to Greece that summer, but I assumed I could just “show up and figure it out,” which proved to … Continue reading Sneak Peak: Intro to Forthcoming Book
I have been reading a book called Textbook, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, and it’s an interactive book. The “Text” part of Textbook has dual meaning: one of the unique aspects of the book is that it’s there are moments when you can text phrases and receive texts in return; there are also pages you can tear out to give to … Continue reading My Purple Flower Moment
Today I sat down at the piano in my parents’ house for the first time in months. Or a year. I’m not sure the last time I played. I was home alone except for the dogs, which is probably why I stopped what I was doing to give it a try. I’d wanted write, but Art … Continue reading What Playing Piano Taught Me About Writing