Mama, did you know When you held that baby 46 years ago? You were there, Mama, to hear him when he called. He called you when he was ready to be born. He called out when he skinned his knee. How many times did you cry over your black son, knowing what his country does… Read more Mama, Did You Know?
You can write and send letters to elderly people. Letters of Love continues during the Covid-19 pandemic because there is no evidence that the virus is passed through the mail system. Read more about Letters of Love for the Elderly. If you share it on social media, tag @love4theelderly. Writing a letter today for #theisolationjournals,… Read more Letters of Love for the Elderly
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“What? We’re going out to dinner? What do you mean?” I asked, incredulously. “Yes, you know what that means. We’re going to eat at the buffet down the street. Did you see it when we pulled into the motel? It had a giant chicken by the door,” my teenage sister kindly explained. “What? We’re going… Read more Visiting the Grand Canyon as a Six-Year-Old
Is there a person in your family who is the holder of human stories and conspiracy theories? I have a sister like that. Over the years, I liked to imagine that her rumors and theories were just that and not really true about the history of our family. I have always been a bit of… Read more Human Complexity