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September 4, 2019

Secrets in the Suitcase: Five Lessons from Writing my Memoir

Visiting my mother at her home in Richmond, Virginia involves equal parts big hugs and, frequently, big worries.  When, a year ago, I stepped out of the airport taxi, my first thought – usually, I hope she’s doing well – was of the draft manuscript of my memoir in my bag. 
August 2, 2019

Walking the Talk

Is being more important than doing? When I visit my mother, I list the tasks to accomplish for her around the house. It’s a way to […]