The Toy Nana: That’s a toy. It’s for children. I’m not getting that for your daughter. Me (in my Arnold … Continue reading The Toy
modern feminism has a face very much like your mother’s, sister’s, or daughter’s, Continue reading The Face of Modern Feminism
Fear not my friend Though you stand at my grave This is not the end Remember the promise I have … Continue reading Love Endures
I dreamt that this new turn in American history, on the eve of a new president’s inauguration, made America great … Continue reading I had a dream . . .
I sit in my mother’s old rocking chair, the same one she used to rock me in when I was … Continue reading The Reluctant Soldier
Sometimes it is demanded, taken and kept, and almost always earned and freely given. Continue reading Love is …
Green eyes that once were blue, afraid to look at my face in a mirror when I was a teen. Continue reading Memoir.