Monthly Archives: May 2015

The edge of New

For the past nine months, I’ve walked into school, laptop bag slung over my shoulder. Each day I walk in a little different, sometimes tired, sometimes excited, sometimes even anxious or afraid. Imagine walking into your own workplace: can you … Continue reading

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Small and grown.

Typical dinners include Jacob and I battling for some semblance of a conversation– our opponents usually include splattered yogurt, spilled milk, and kids poking each other with forks, but tonight, Cohen actually listens to Jacob tell stories about a silly … Continue reading

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Your voice.

Sometimes I ask myself, “What makes you think you have anything of value to say and any of the neccessary skills with which to say it?”  Maybe we all wonder this, in our own way…. we wonder if what we are … Continue reading

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To be or not to be.

Even the good life is sometimes hard.  I’m not sure I would last a day in someone else’s shoes– the shoes of the sick, of the hungry, of the exiled.  I can’t even fully live my own insanely blessed life.  … Continue reading

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