Tag Archives: daughters

Blog Connections: The Power of Writing

A surprise comment on an old blog post reminded me of the power of writing and the importance of family stories. On, Friday, April 6, 2012, I wrote a Good Friday post, recalling how when I worked as a reporter … Continue reading

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Empty Nest Syndrome: No more Sandwiches!

“I’m leavin on a jet plane, don’t know when I’ll be back again… “ These lyrics have been playing in my head all week. I changed the pronoun to “she,” thinking of my daughter who left yesterday to begin her … Continue reading

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Tangerine Tango Taste #5: Finding Faith

This is the last glimpse of Tangerine Tango! I hope your curiosity is piqued and you’ve ordered a  few copies! It’s healthy, like tangerines, sweet and sour like many citrus fruits, and proceeds are going to charity! This week I … Continue reading

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Summer in NYC: Theater & Yoga

With only a few weeks left in my daughter’s summer internship in New York City, I knew I had to make good on my promise I’d made in May.  I’d attend a Bikram Yoga class with her. A yoga devotee … Continue reading

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No Help Needed: A Mother’s Chagrin

Piles are growing in the basement. Like the Sorcerer’s Apprentice’s* magic broom and mop, splitting and multiplying nonstop, items seem to appear that weren’t there minutes ago.  A scene, I imagine, similar to dens, living rooms, front halls, basements, and garages … Continue reading

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