I had a heated debate about potatoes with my new friend from Idaho. After some shallow soul searching I found a way to find common ground.
Losing a sibling changed my life forever. I had kept it to myself but when I wrote about it I found others eager to connect and support each other.
When I was sick for several weeks, my husband showed me extreme empathy. Was I able to return the favor? I reveal all in this humor essay.
I had an epiphany. Living through a Maine winter is similar to participating in athletic events like the winter Olympics. What are the Maine winter games? I’ve touched on seven on them in this humor essay.
Losing an adult sibling was a unique loss, one that I couldn’t grasp until it happened. Reaching out to others who share this loss has been powerful.
Here’s what you’ve been waiting for. The completion of 19 days to a shallower you. If you follow these steps you can have a reprieve from the deep aspects of life and all those obnoxious self help suggestions that abound this time of year.
There are deep people in the world, yearning to be more shallow. What better time to embark on this change than the new year? Here is part one of a two part series to help you achieve a shallower you.
I love getting Christmas cards with annual newsletters enclosed. I didn’t send any out this year, but I won’t let that stop me from sharing a view of 2016 through my backup camera.
Coughing uncontrollably from a recent upper respiratory infection inspired me to start a movement to wage war on incontinence. This is your invitation to join the efforts by becoming part of #pantylinernation.
Dad wasn’t a big Christmas guy. He thought there was too much emphasis on presents, outraged that people spent more than they could afford on gifts that were broken by day’s end. This story is about a tragedy and how through his actions, Dad taught me the deeper meaning of Christmas.