Letting Go…


I live in a neighborhood full of deer. I often have to watch out for them as I drive to and fro, so I don’t hit them with my car. In February, in the ice and bitter cold, the mother deer watch their fawns stroll across the street, hoping they are not harmed. It is … Continue reading Letting Go…

December Book Review: The Choice: Embracing the Possible by Edith Eva Eger


A stunning, powerful, beautifully-written memoir of her life as a Jewish child in Hungary, as a holocaust prisoner at Auschwitz, and the years of recovery thereafter, Edith Eva Eger’s, The Choice: Embrace the Possible, left me speechless. Through her incredible story, Eger shows us how to move from a victim, to a survivor, and then … Continue reading December Book Review: The Choice: Embracing the Possible by Edith Eva Eger

February Book Review: In the Body of the World by Eve Ensler


As a lifetime lover and student of literature and as an author myself, there are no words to describe Eve Ensler’s absolutely stunning, courageous and profound book, In the Body of the World.  It is nothing less than a 21st century original masterpiece! Ensler’s prose is so poignant, original and raw; it will ignite the passion and fire in your … Continue reading February Book Review: In the Body of the World by Eve Ensler

The Unexpected Gap


It is autumn. It is a time that signifies the end of something, the beginning of something else, and the “in between.” It is a time when the old life withers and new life eventually emerges. It is a time of change. So many of us are truly afraid of change, but change is something … Continue reading The Unexpected Gap

The Turning Point


It’s funny how memories come to mind. At one moment, we are thinking about one thing and in the next split second, we are taken back to the not-so-wonderful past.  This happened to me yesterday as I was driving. I passed by a familiar restaurant and memories flooded my mind. What is particularly funny is … Continue reading The Turning Point