A Lesson In What I Don’t Want

I hope the title, and the contents of this post, is not too off-putting when I say it’s about Diana Gabaldon’s visit here last week. It’s just that the simple fact is that as I read my notes from her reception and subsequent public presentation and viewing it in hindsight, I wasn’t left in awe or […]

Cleveland & The Muses

This spring, my little family (me, my mother, and my husband) took a day trip to Cleveland. We had tickets to hear the symphony perform Mozart’s Requiem. It had been my mother’s dream for many years to hear Cleveland’s symphony perform in the hallowed domain of Severance Hall. The hub known as University Circle is […]

A Love Letter to My Dream (2012)

Her heart tugged a little, like always, kissing her soulmate goodbye- for now, before slipping out the door.  Walking to the King Street station, the early autumnal fog clung to everything- the moisture of the Potomac making the old city grey. Her little Cole Haan’s clicked along as she tapped her SmartTrip and joined the […]

Chasing Genesis

I saw another one today- sleek black, de-badged, no way to know if it was a 2.0 or 3.8, beyond being a first generation before the refresh and simply being beautiful. I followed it through the parking lot, just wanting my few seconds with my little dream. No, that’s not right, it’s not a dream, […]