Mom

A Letter In Trees

After a five minute hike through fairly dense woods in Santa Barbara, I found a climbable rock and pulled myself up to its flattest surface. I shielded the sun that poked through the meadow’s canopy and settled onto the cool, biased, granite…. Read More ›

The Switches

  She giggled under the weight of the comforter.  It was a nice reminder that we’d be okay.  We’d learn to accept the changes we couldn’t control, cope with the losses our family endured, and celebrate the gains that would make us… Read More ›

I’m Just Seine

The repurposed barge pushed us along the Seine.  Intermittent raindrops peppered the river and gave way to the as-advertised romanticism that surrounded us.  The cool air was tempered by the moment: we were exactly where she wanted us to be. … Read More ›