Brighter than Spring

It's hard to believe it's been a year since this pandemic started. An entire year of social-distancing, masks, and a whole lot of plexi glass. Finally, there seems to be a hint of spring in the air, a glimmer of hope that we might be able to return to "normal." But I realize not everyone … Continue reading Brighter than Spring

Look Up, Press On

I got a call from my neighbor last night. The other day I had left some flowers on her doorstep. Her husband passed away three days after Christmas. He was eighty-three. "I just have to keep going, I guess," she said to me over the phone that night. I woke up this morning with her words still with me. It's … Continue reading Look Up, Press On