coloring – a poem

I took a train out of Boston South Station at 9:30 pm I got there an hour early because the restaurant I was in had closed it was sunday and it was snowing. I entered the station and the only¬†place to sit was at a long table inhabited by an old homeless man sleeping, slumped … Continue reading coloring – a poem

facing the cold – a weekend with my shadow self

I had an odd weekend. first of all, happy mlk day & women's march weekend. This weekend I encountered my shadow side and I write this all down in order to process, reflect, and hopefully let someone know that they're not alone by sharing my jumble of thoughts and feelings. I had a friend whom … Continue reading facing the cold – a weekend with my shadow self

Bedlam and Bakeries in Boston – a city guide

I went up to Boston this past weekend and had such a lovely time full of six hours of THEATER, the best bakery in the world, boozy BOBA, and best friends! Here's a GUIDE of what I did/ate/saw. THEATER The main reason I went up to Boston is to see Bedlam's touring production of both … Continue reading Bedlam and Bakeries in Boston – a city guide

a list of signs seen at the #MarchforourLives

Our blood on your hands Arms are for hugging We don't want your guns...we want our lives! Trigger change We need freedom Fear has no place in schools I dream woman will one day have the same rights as guns Arm our teachers with resources not revolvers The time is now There should be a … Continue reading a list of signs seen at the #MarchforourLives

March for Our Lives – Boston, MA

I went to Boston this weekend and ran into the March for Our lives in the Boston Common. I was so touched as I wandered through thousands of people, old and young, big and small, white and black, and everything in between holding signs demanding change in the form of gun control. A true gathering … Continue reading March for Our Lives – Boston, MA