Over my years as a full-time mom, I spent my fair share of hours in coffee shops. Then, years later, when I started working on my first novel, I spent hours tucked in a corner pounding out words on my
Here in the US, we are beginning to tip-toe back to a semblance of life as we knew it. You can sense the anticipation and hope. As Spring slowly unfolds her pretty petals, many people are reconnecting with loved ones
Who else thinks a lot of life’s small irritations could be solved with just a little bit more communication? When I say communication, I do not mean a full-length thesis with accompanying PowerPoint and video presentation. No. It could be
The good news is we are still married! I say this as a response to the two people I overheard at our wedding. The one remarked, “It’ll never last; they are too young,” the other responded, “I give it five
On this day, March 12, last year—the infamous 2020—I left my house to attend an 8am networking meeting. Little did I know. Talk of “the virus” was swirling in the air—we live just outside New York City; we couldn’t have not known.
My mother used to say, never burn your bridges. As a young child, I had visions of people running around setting fire to storybook wooden bridges spanning bubbling brooks. I was older when I realized she meant don’t destroy relationships over