Posts for divorce

While You’re At Your Dad’s

General/Column August 21, 2017

I’d take the litany of a thousand why’s every hour till dawn to the quiet of your unoccupied rooms. These…

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Passages

General/Column April 17, 2017

Let the door be the monk dark brown and heavy in un-dyed wool, a humble servant who guards the unknown….

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Fair Trade

General/Column March 21, 2016

The woman in line at the 24-hour Walmart at midnight has antifreeze & Nesquick in her cart alongside a child…

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First Thanksgiving Without Them

In Mother Words Blog February 29, 2016

I am riding Amtrak from Fresno to San Francisco, towards my brother’s home and family, grateful to be wanted and…

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