• Deobrah Hammond

    I am so glad you are home and somehow, I can’t imagine!, getting outside at night to see the meteor showers! I lay on my back on Block Island, in my forties, and watched them for hours. I am asleep early these days. Much love, dear Jeannine!

    August 15, 2020
  • Jeannine Gailey

    Dear Deborah, Thank you! It’s not too hard too get outside – the doors from my bedroom lead right out to the back deck, which is where I watch the stars. And I’ve always been a night owl, even when I’m sick.

    August 16, 2020
  • Gayle Kaune

    “I feel, again, betrayed by my frail body that manages to be so sick I cannot control it. I feel that while all my writer friends are celebrating triumphs, I continue to fail. ” –Thanks for being so honest, Jeannine. Our society, and ourselves, so value the spunky, athletic, do-all, person; and I know you have many, many, friends, especially here in the Northwest, who are hiking and sailing and running and skiing, in between writing all while being quarantined. It seems so unfair to be your age and be afflicted by such an unpredictable disease. My best to you.

    August 18, 2020

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