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How to tell if you’re crazy
November 6th, 2017 | Life | 2 Comments

Late one night, the acute care section of the emergency room was filled with people (mostly seniors) who were all admitted and waiting for available rooms in the hospital. My father was among them, and I waited with him to hear the results of a few tests. In the next bed was an old woman [...]

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Tips for a successful writing retreat
July 10th, 2017 | Writing | No Comments

If you are a writer, you know that a big project can get under your skin. When it’s not going well, it becomes a niggling obsession. Even if you never develop it past the first draft, you are still driven to finish it, because writers are disciplined people. Your characters are only half-drawn. They stand naked and alone, and if you don’t dress them, no one will.

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The Gabaldon Effect–God created man, but Diana created Jamie
May 2nd, 2017 | Life | No Comments

Late one night, the acute care section of the emergency room was filled with people (mostly seniors) who were all admitted and waiting for available rooms in the hospital. My father was among them, and I waited with him to hear the results of a few tests. In the next bed was an old woman [...]

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I can’t believe this is happening to me
January 2nd, 2017 | Life | 5 Comments

I was yanked out of a deep sleep in the wee hours of this morning by an overwhelming, high-pitched tinnitus in my right ear—but this time it was so loud I could hear nothing else in the room. And I cried out in fear and frustration, because there is no cure.

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Grapefulness 2016. Yes, another Thanksgiving meditation
October 9th, 2016 | Life | No Comments

Late one night, the acute care section of the emergency room was filled with people (mostly seniors) who were all admitted and waiting for available rooms in the hospital. My father was among them, and I waited with him to hear the results of a few tests. In the next bed was an old woman [...]

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*Change is a different shade of blue
August 24th, 2016 | Life | 1 Comment

My husband is a little scared every time he watches me trot off to IKEA while on vacation. I don’t drive ten hours from my home in the Maritimes just to visit my brother in Montreal, Quebec—I drive to shop at IKEA and stay at his place for free. Ssh, don’t tell him.

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Subway Etiquette
August 16th, 2016 | Life | No Comments

Late one night, the acute care section of the emergency room was filled with people (mostly seniors) who were all admitted and waiting for available rooms in the hospital. My father was among them, and I waited with him to hear the results of a few tests. In the next bed was an old woman [...]

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