This is a dramatized (though not excessively) true to her own experience narrative about a woman that history should never, ever forget. Continue reading
I am an audiological processor. When my brain latches on to an image or an idea it immediately starts turning it into words. I think through those concepts best when I talk them through. I edit my own work best … Continue reading
Quick review: 4.75 stars This movie may star children and center around the experiences of childhood in Nazi Germany, but it is not for children. That said, it might be an excellent conversation piece with a teenager who is trying to wrap their head around the existence of evil in the world, […]
A brilliantly artistic and nuanced portrayal of one of the most intriguing periods in our nation’s history. Continue reading
I like poetry. And I often write little bits of verse when occupying waiting areas or driving from place to place as moms are wont to do. I haven’t done it as frequently of late as I would like, but when I shine up a bit of meter and rhyme I think I will just start putting them here.
This poem, as the title may have indicated, is not cheery or funny. It is an expression of something that has accompanied my life more than I can say over the last seven years. No fanfare or introduction need for: Anxiety