Monthly Archives: July 2012

Pizza Friday

I’m not the only writer in the family. Catapult magazine recently published a thoughtful essay about a family tradition, pizza Friday, written by husband, Fred. Here, too, a picture of our favorite New York pizza, west of the city: Home … Continue reading

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in between

A wise counselor once encouraged me to be a sojourner. A traveler. Not a pilgrim. Not headed to a holy destination, but to a place unknown. Walk for a time, he said, and let the path lead. I am feeling … Continue reading

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Joan Didion writes about the human condition

In Blue Nights, Joan Didion describes exchanging her California driver’s license for a New York license. She’s lived in New York for nearly twenty years, but the exchange represents loss, and her life is already overflowing with too much loss. … Continue reading

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