Over the years I've become good friends with my sadness and worries. I cannot say the same about anger.Read More
You live and breathe paradox and contradiction, but you can no more see the beauty of them than the fish can see the beauty of the water.
— Michael Frayn, Copenhagen
Why do we mark our time on Earth by the number of times we go around the Sun? It's a celebration of life, maybe, but I can't help but think about it as Congratulations, you didn't die.Read More
I want my slow mornings and runs on the river back. I want to wake up and actually wake up and I want to fall asleep easily at night again. I want to sip freshly brewed coffee and read and write and read some more.Read More
I called my mother and my college roommate excessively. I had a therapy appointment the next day (yes, I planned it that way). An old friend from Boston drove down that weekend. I cried a lot.Read More
Life is busy. People are counting on me. There are things that need to get done. My instinct is to spin my wheels, but I know that will only make things worse.Read More
Over the years, I've discovered there are things we come back to, rhythms we return to. With Returnings, it is my hope to explore these with you and to create a conversation about how we use going back to propel us forward.Read More