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A Writer’s Diary Entries From Late October, 1986

Abby Rubenfeld called the impact of the Hardwick case “devastating,” but she put it in perspective and outlined a possible legal challenge to Florida’s sodomy law. The two law students sitting next to me admitted they were afraid to come because people would think they were gay; they didn’t want to get in the TV camera’s range. Well, at least they attended.

These Spooky Stories Will Put You In The Halloween Spirit

These Spooky Stories Will Put You In The Halloween Spirit

My fiance and his friends visited this old lady every day after school for nearly a year. She was always nice to them, and her house was always kept very clean and tidy. One day, when they were on their way to her house after school, a man stopped them and asked where they were heading, and when they told him, he said that lady was his grandma. She died in a house fire a decade earlier. My now fiance and his friends went to her house anyway, and found all the furniture old and covered in dust and cobwebs.

A Writer’s Diary Entries From Mid-October, 1986

The rabbi told the story of a 19-year-old poet destined for greatness who every winter would walk on a certain pond until one year the ice cracked and he drowned. “The ice didn’t know a great poet was walking on it,” the rabbi said. “You see, the ice never knows. . . nature is completely unaware of us.”

Learning To Live Shamelessly

I suppose that is the truth behind being shameless in our lives. It’s about standing, jumping, running towards the truth that is you, and never giving a second thought to those that are mocking you along the way. 

You’re Not A Bad Mother, You’re Just Human

You're Not A Bad Mother, You're Just Human

I am navigating two worlds, and it’s new, and I don’t know what I’m doing, and as a result, I’m failing again and again. But I’m learning where my boundaries are, how and when I need to care for myself, and how massive an experience mothering is.

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