Our Teddy

“He has an obstruction in his intestines,” the vet said over the phone, his accent strong, some of his words … More

Keep the Inheritance

Sometimes I think about Teta, the short old lady with the coke-bottle glasses and Clairol-red hair. My grandmother.  I have … More

The Pause

Right now, many of us are experiencing a barrage of uncomfortable feelings stemming from this unprecedented global pandemic. Stress. Worry. … More

Leaning in, Letting Go

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about getting better at spotting and identifying what is and what is not for … More


I stayed up too late and woke up the next morning later than I wanted, and then had to make … More

Moving an Inch

It’s almost July. More than half of 2020 is over, and life since March has felt like a blur, partly … More

Kittens and Butterflies

  “Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, or worn. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with … More