Growth: A Look Back

This month marks my 3-year anniversary of blogging. Merriam Webster recognizes this event as a blogiversary, just not officially. Yet. I wanted to take a look back three years ago to the beginning of my blogging journey. But, I have to admit, this was not truly the beginning of blogging for me. I had been … More Growth: A Look Back

Virginia Woolf Goes Global at the Women’s March

This is a great post from Blogging Woolf. Virginia was spotted in the crowd at the Women’s March in Washington, DC. Of course, she would be there, protofeminist that she was. I think we know what she would have thought about this election. Thanks, Paula Maggio @woolfwriter, for this excellent, important, fun post! Photo credit: … More Virginia Woolf Goes Global at the Women’s March

And Then All That Has Divided Us Will Merge

And Then All That Has Divided Us Will Merge. I’ve written in previous posts about the power of poetry to console, heal, connect, and  explain the unexplainable. This poem, ‘The Merger Poem,’ by Judy Chicago does exactly that. Plus, it gives me hope for a more just, equitable, and harmonious future. The refrain, And then, seems … More And Then All That Has Divided Us Will Merge

When Blackberries Are More Than Blackberries: Memories of Another Time

It’s a hot July in North Carolina. That’s nothing new. These days as I walk through the woods, I see wild blackberries growing along the path. It’s blackberry picking season, which is also a season full of childhood memories. I remember as a young girl walking the railroad tracks up to Maw Beale’s house. Maw … More When Blackberries Are More Than Blackberries: Memories of Another Time