Tag: autism

 

What my year in books reflects

ow I understand why it’s taking so dang long to finish my next book — I spend so much time reading other people’s.  I love the “My Year in Books” feature on Goodreads. It enables me to recall the ones from way back in January (like Eula Biss’ On Immunity)Read More

A decade of motherhood and still growing

Most people wouldn’t choose this sunflower at the florist. They would want one with a straight stalk that they could put in a vase and admire. A sunflower fully fringed with petals. A sunflower that conformed in all ways to the expectations set forth on the seed packet. Behind it,Read More

A beach read night on the cross-country trail

Beach read – n. “a book you can take on holiday, which is good enough to keep you engaged but not so serious it will spoil your holiday.” (See list) Nirvana, right? Well, even in the depths of January, I discovered that beach read state can be achieved. On cross-countryRead More