Month: August 2004

Return from Clutter & Disarray

Late last fall I decided I needed to take my life back — lose weight, embrace my work, accept my family for who they are, get healthy, become more organized and productive, start writing again and doing the things I truly enjoy. Throughout the year, I’ve been working […]

Poetry Workshop

Hanging out at PJ Billingtons in the Wharf Inn after a day of poetry with Roger Moore. What have I learned? . . . It’s easier to stay silent and receive criticism without having to defend or justify your work . . . You can open yourself up […]

Some places just feel like home

Sitting high on my old-fashioned bed with the paisley bedspread and brocade at the Marshland Inn in Sackville, I’m reminded of my grandparents’ homes when I was a kid. I can’t feel Callum here . . . I don’t think he’d be here. But I feel like I […]