A Room of My Own

My summer is full of "projects"-- tasks I simply don't have time for during the school year. This summer is no different. However, one such project was multi-purposed: for me to create a room of my own. As my children grew, physically bigger, the space in my house seemed shrinking and mine seemingly obsolete. When... Continue Reading →


When I see my life…

I see a series of photographs. What I always try to figure out is if these are, in fact, memories, or if they exist solely because the moment was captured as a tangible image. And I wonder how much of the memory the photograph conjures up is actual experience  or an idealized version of reality.... Continue Reading →

Reading Territories

“Books are the mirrors of the soul.” ― Virginia Woolf, Between the Acts Reading. It is literally like breathing; you NEED to do it to survive, to learn and grow, to become enriched, to move forward, to enjoy life... I wasn't always a reader. It has been a learned pleasure for me, and now I can't live... Continue Reading →


Dinner Date [evolved]

After a long day & an even longer meeting at the end of the day, I need something to help me to relax.  Often (but not often enough), I go out to dinner w/ my friends. Usually, it's at the end of a long day, much like today, and it's usually the last thing my... Continue Reading →


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