My mom and I put the stamp on my dad’s 2018 tax return in March of 2019. That was it, I thought, the last thing I have to do for him. All the papers had been filed, the stuff sorted, the bills paid, the money disbursed, and the responsibility done. I was finally free. True,Continue reading “Caregiving 101: Part Seven: What Comes After”
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Are You Happy?
Recently, I heard someone say that when people asked her if she was happy, she didn’t know how to answer the question. My mind immediately began to ponder for myself: am I happy? Is anyone happy? What is happiness? The question she struggles with seems to be a recurring theme in our media. Over andContinue reading “Are You Happy?”
I’m craving words. Words looped around and dotted and crossed. Words flowing and ceasing and rhyming and completing. Words that have no meaning and words with many meanings. Words that have adapted and evolved and changed. Words that stubbornly retain their unique definitions. Words that swell up like music in a crescendo of ink andContinue reading “Words”