Yes, it is true that I have a story included in the anthology, “Geometric Dilemma or Made for Each Other?” but I can also say that I had the opportunity to preview the entire magazine and I was impressed. Sixty stories and poems—over 120 pages of content for $3. Buy one for yourself and give one as a gift.
Approaching the realm of the condor
I ascend stairs of stone
There was a family, the Greens, that lived in our neighborhood, when I was a child, who had a daughter my age named Rachel. I liked to go to their house because it was very different from my own. Mrs. Green was a stay-at-home mom, unlike my own mother who was often preoccupied with herContinue reading “September Has Come and Gone – Excerpts from Editor’s Letter”
Weddings don’t always have to be extravagant affairs. A wedding is really about celebrating a lifelong commitment to one another and the celebration is about people enjoying each others’ company. A few weeks ago I went to San Diego County to attend the wedding of my nephew Ben Crilly, who is a marine currently stationedContinue reading “Sweet and Simple Wedding”
We all know at least one really nice person, the kind of person who always thinks the best of everyone they meet and who always seems to think of the right things to say at the right time. Last night the world lost one of the nicest people I’ve had the privilege to call myContinue reading “Remembering Diane Fien Kelly”
Cuba might well be a socialist country, but during our February visit we met plenty of entrepreneurs who found ways of making a little extra money on the side. Whether they report their earning to the government or not, I’m not certain. But they found many tourists eager to part with their “convertible pesos” theContinue reading “Entrepreneurial Spirit Alive and Well in Cuba”
Monday in Annapolis, Maryland for me is a day full of meetings and a day that focuses on organizing my tasks for the week. Monday in Jakarta, Indonesia (I learned last month), is often a day to take a break, when many of the important museums and monuments in the city are closed. So whileContinue reading “Miniature Indonesia in Jakarta; Virtual Passport”