Monthly Archives: June 2015

Roots in the Rainbow

On this day after a very big day, as I reflect on the SCOTUS decision in favor of marriage equality, I can’t help but consider what an amazing change that has taken place in this country in such a relatively … Continue reading

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Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

Darling you got to let me know Should I stay or should I go? If you say that you are mine I’ll be here ’til the end of time -The Clash Last week, I read a blog post called “Letter … Continue reading

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The Concern on the Other End

I ran into an older friend of mine at the gym the other day. I hadn’t seen him in a little while. He recently had some significant health problems, but is now well on his way to recovery. For a … Continue reading

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Upending the Tyranny of the Popular Girls

My daughter is graduating from high school this week. “Tradition” brings us a full four-day palate of activities and festivities. Last night was Class Night, an evening of graduating seniors giving thanks (to teachers, administrators, and parents) as well as … Continue reading

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