• Sending love.

    February 27, 2018
  • Deborah Kate Hammond

    I am so grateful that you write. I was driving to my reading group last night and listening to NPR. As is often the case these days I felt overwhelmed at the state of the country, which is to say, the people in it, and all so many have done to take it back so far into darkness. The light of those who want to reclaim the good, the best, deal with the dangers and cruelty, seems so small in comparison. We cannot do without our Charlottes, our Jeannines! We need all the good, the sane, the loving, the brave. I think grief and struggles in general are harder now than ever. Please know you are loved and mightily appreciated!

    February 27, 2018
  • The power of writing to sustain us in difficult times is amazing. I too have had to make use of it for the purposes you are and I don’t know what I would do without it. Wishing you the best at this hectic and stressful time.

    February 28, 2018
  • Ann

    Today happens to be the yahrzeit of my mother-in-law’s death. She was a long-time friend to me, and a person who loved flowers and gardens.

    We do need to make space and time to grieve–and places for grieving, I think. If we are not the sort who goes to a church or cemetery to grieve, perhaps the poem can be that place. I feel a kind of reverence there (in poems).

    I am so sorry about your beloved Aunt Charlotte.

    February 28, 2018
  • Thank you, my friends.

    February 28, 2018

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