Tag Archives: life

New column: “‘Travel’ can take you far away — or close to home”

I am a travel junkie. Straight-up addicted to the adventure high of exploring new places. But these days–oh, who are we kidding? The past decade–my travel has been limited by familial and professional responsibility, and by my meager budget. But … Continue reading

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New column: “Summer in the South makes a sound like nowhere else on earth”

Ah, the sounds of summer in the South! Crickets, cicadas, tree frogs, ocean waves, the thwap of a basketball on a concrete court, and so much more. All this in my newspaper column this week. I sure hope y’all enjoy … Continue reading

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New column: “Wrinkles and wisdom”

Last week, I was at the beach with my family, and completely checked out from the rest of the world. It was glorious. So here’s my newspaper column from last week. It was inspired by a gorgeous older woman I … Continue reading

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New column: “It’s time to savor summer, even if it’s in small sips”

The Fourth of July has passed, and we have reached what I consider to be summer’s pinnacle. Its high point. This should be a marked moment–a time for consideration. This, and more, in my newspaper column this week. I sure … Continue reading

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New column: “How to say goodbye to a house you love”

Hi, all! My newspaper column this week is up, and it’s about saying goodbye to the places we love. I hope y’all enjoy it! To read, click here.

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New column: “Here’s to the dads who taught me to waterski”

I am woefully behind on posting my newspaper columns. I blame the summer, that mercurial minx. This one is about childhood, learning to waterski, and the dads who taught me how. With a belated Happy Father’s Day to all the … Continue reading

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New column: “The view from my porch desk”

Spring has got me all nutty. I forgot to post last week’s newspaper column, which is about making my move to the desk on my front porch … where I can see the world go by. This might be a … Continue reading

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New column: “She said, he heard: navigating relationship topography”

Relationships, (mis)communication, marriage, topographical maps, country music and more, in my newspaper column this week. I hope y’all enjoy it! To read, click here.

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New column: “The moody month of March is a teenaged girl”

Hi, folks, My newspaper column this week is all about the unpredictable month of March. Which I liken to a teenaged girl, having been one myself. Sadly, there are absolutely no photos of my teenaged years to share. I hope … Continue reading

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New column: “What I’m reading and watching this winter: ‘Finding Your Roots’ and more”

Hi, folks. Last week, I mentioned somewhere and to someone that the week had been a doozy. This week heard me say it, and is currently laughing in my face. We are battling influenza, lost gemstones, children staging WWIII instead … Continue reading

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