This past Saturday I decided to dress up as “Time Flies.” It meant donning a clock with wings. It is the most overused cliche, but it rings true, especially as I glance back at my daughter’s very first Halloween and witness today, Halloween 2012. Time flies. Savor every moment of it. Happy Halloween to you and yours!
Welcome! I am a lawyer turned freelance writer, essayist, and editor. On staff at Literary Mama and the co-founder and co-editor of the literary journal, The Sunlight Press, my essays and reported work have appeared in The Washington Post, The Lily, Saveur, Civil Eats, Brain, Child, ESPN and elsewhere. I am currently at work on a memoir on grief and culture and how it provides perspective on life’s ordinary graces. I invite you to appreciate the ordinary with me. I hope my daily practice of seeing the magic in the mundane helps you celebrate and find more of these moments in your life too. Read More