I loved my literature and writing classes in college. I was a literature student, so of course I did! But more than that, my teachers and professors introduced me to works I normally wouldn't have discovered and read. One memorable work is 'night, Mother, a pulitzer winning play in the early eighties by Marsha Norman. … Continue reading ‘night, Mother
suicide loss survivor
I was looking forward to meeting the nice old couple that lived across the street from our new home on South 5th Street. If you read my last two posts, you know that my husband and I moved from Ellicott City, Maryland to western Pennsylvania last Spring. We bought a … Continue reading Eternally Together
I've spent the past two months trying to figure out how to write this post. It's not a post about me, my writing, books or anything like that. I'm devoting this time, this space for someone else. Someone I never met, someone I only know through others and what I found online. Dr. Carin Rennings. … Continue reading Celebrating Carin
Where is your soul sleeping?
What's life without writing? Words create a mood, initiate feelings and sometimes lead to healing. I've been writing my entire life to feel something other than the turmoil, fear and pain that follows close to me nearly every day. Poetry, stories, novellas, articles and lately, memoir. I've always loved memoir and nonfiction, but over the … Continue reading Where is your soul sleeping?