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Poetry matters in the human experience

“The act of absorbing art is an act of connection.” —Connie Zumpf, Colorado poet. April is National Poetry Month (please don’t stop reading at the word “poetry”). In fact, April 2021 … more

What I can do today

If you didn’t receive a text from me last Sunday, you’re not alone. I didn’t send any … not because of a purposeful or even conscious decision, but because the time slipped … more

Magical moment helps us weather the storm

On the Saturday morning of the big snowstorm, I was part of a special moment that I also want to share with you. Before the storm really ramped up, I happened to gaze out my second-story window to a … more

A love (language) letter to America

Dear America, my most beloved America … The events of last week – pretty much all of them, including the astonishing, distressing and mostly overlooked COVID-19 numbers – left me speechless for … more

Honoring the women of World War II

Twelve years ago this week we lost my mom on her 89th birthday. My dad had passed seven years earlier. Along with so many others who are leaving us, my parents were members of the Greatest Generation … more

A digital testament to those we’ve lost

“On one of our walks during quarantine, my mom and I talked about how sad it was that people were dying and their loved ones couldn’t memorialize them or celebrate their lives. We decided we … more

So now we listen ... really listen

The country has spoken … and what exactly was said, and by whom, will be debated for a long time. But there’s a singular message here I hope the majority of us have received: we need to listen to … more
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