The Death of a Memory

My mother in law has a rich cache of memories that find their way easily into a conversation - a walk on the beach, a cup of tea in a comfortable chair, or on the bleachers of a child's baseball game. Her stories span from a rural childhood riding a horse to school to a young nursing career. Marriage lead to an expat life in the seventies in Asia … [Read more...]

Just Me, My Roller-Skates, And The Police

I have no idea how the thought got there but it came last night as I was laying bed thinking of all the things I should be doing. An assignment due on Friday, business card designs that need to go to the printer, an email to cancel a meeting, another to schedule something important. I was counting the hours left in the week with the hours I needed … [Read more...]