Pandemic Publishing

Pandemic Publishing

I’m tired. Tired of reading news about COVID. Tired of remembering to grab a mask, or two, every time I leave my home. Tired of political grandstanding. Tired of supporting friends who continue to struggle to find available vaccines – even though they meet the...
Steve and The Howard Center

Steve and The Howard Center

When Steve moved to Burlington, Vermont in 1994, The Howard Center became his official service provider—a relationship which continued until his death in 2015. In addition to helping Steve form important connections to his new community, this progressive and...
Star Struck in California

Star Struck in California

As soon as we got into our rental car, headed out of the airport and onto the traffic-clogged freeway, I knew this country girl was out of her element. “We’re not in Kansas anymore,” I said to my wife Sue as she gripped the steering wheel while I focused on the Google...
Letter to Fifth Graders

Letter to Fifth Graders

Last Friday I went to the 5th grade All-City track meet to watch my granddaughter participate with her classmates from Parkview Elementary. During the day I witnessed lots of examples of grit, determination, courage and kindness. But what I will always remember was...
ART IMITATES LIFE – OR NOT

ART IMITATES LIFE – OR NOT

I’m not a big fan of cities, including “The Big Apple,” but when I read the reviews for the Off-Broadway show, Amy and the Orphans, produced by the Roundabout Theater Company, I knew this was something I had to see.  And so on Friday,...
WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY and A WRINKLE IN TIME ??!?

WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY and A WRINKLE IN TIME ??!?

So, I have this blog, and I need to come up with topics…But World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) and Wrinkle In Time? Really? Honestly, I didn’t start out with this combination – just stay with me. I began with the intent of writing about WDSD. Normally I don’t “do” Days –...

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