Stumbling Round the Learning Curve

I had intended to write on the grieving process, as November 27th is the 42nd anniversary of my brother’s death in an airplane crash. I even started a post about meaningful/momentous days and may get back to it, but I’m not feeling it right now. I thought I sounded melodramatic when I tried to write […]

Ballymaloe On My Mind

I’ve been home for a week now and feel as if I’m just emerging from a dreamlike state. I arrived late last Sunday and on Monday immediately went shopping for some “essential” tools and groceries. First stop—Bed, Bath, and Beyond for a wooden cutting board, sieves, ice cream maker, and pasta attachment for my Kitchenaid […]

Just Keep Swimming

During the past ten years, I have accompanied many a young adult on their journey of self discovery, healing wounds from their childhood, managing their mental health issues, identity formation, intimacy fears and desires, and lifestyle choices all as they tried to navigate the world of higher education. I have listened to a lot of […]