Monthly Archives: December 2010

Home for the Holidays Part III: What Does Home Mean to YOU?

I have been thinking a lot about houses and the idea of home for the last month. Moving from Michigan to Virginia at age 62 has stimulated introspection. I am no longer at home in Goshen, IN, the place where … Continue reading

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Home for the Holidays Part II: The Soundtrack of the Journey

Our moving day was Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2010. We left Kalamazoo, MI, around 4 p.m. after the two moving vans had already headed east. Our first stop was with Stuart’s brother Hollis and his wife Marty in Ann Arbor. They … Continue reading

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Things Seen: A Review of Annie Ernaux’s Book from Lanie Tankard

My thoughtful friend Lanie Tankard, knowing that I was in the midst of that wrenching process known as moving, sent me another delicious review. I loved the idea of books as food that she borrows from Annie Ernaux. Her description … Continue reading

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