Oh, what was it?

On the having and losing of notions… Read More...

"Maybe it was the heavy syrup?"

Originality is a myth. Read More...

Frights in the night

Thinking about nightmares, what they meant, and what they don't mean. Read More...

Cut and paste

Editing the narrative isn't just for fiction... Read More...

Numbered

Another birthday, another reminiscence. Read More...

Rules

Sometimes “confusion” is a synonym for “I don’t like it!” Read More...

Hatchets

If you’re not the injured party, you don’t get to decide who gets forgiven. Read More...

No rhyme for orange

Childhood favorites can be strange. Read More...

Upon the highest bough

A silly star reminds me of many not-silly things. Read More...

Like the ones I used to know

Unexpected treasures from the past. Read More...

In the pink

Reflections on what someone saw in an old piece of furniture. Read More...

Dark places

It’s not all sweetness and light. Read More...

No time to stop

Remembering one of the great-grandmothers. Read More...

Creepy crawlies

Spiders. It had to be spiders. Read More...

Downhill

Being on the receiving end. Read More...

Raging monkey

The sources of rage. Read More...

In the bag

A long forgotten moment recalled. Read More...

I am still breathin'

Midlife what? Read More...

Cornbread

Reflections on my grandfather. Read More...

Inference

Misunderstanding a word, a feeling, and our lives. Read More...

Fudge!

My great-grandma’s divinity fudge. Read More...

Home town advantage

Home is where... Read More...

Worn through

Why we hang on to some things. Read More...

Save the last dance...

The mythic power of the prom--sort of. Read More...

Misadventures

Reflections on the life and work of author, Keith Robertson. Read More...

Box full of memories

Going through boxes of a deceased loved one’s things. Read More...

Being the Other

Another look at the notion of “outside looking in.” Read More...

Out of line

In which i recall some horrors of being the new kid in school. Read More...

Passages

One year after a death. Read More...