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Stories From the Edge of Blindness

In 2002, Retinitis Pigmentosa changed my life. This is my story of a slow approach to darkness.

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Love Stories

“Things My Mother Left Behind” Available for Pre-Order

I am sitting in my very quiet writing space, typing this in a state of simultaneous disbelief and total joy. I am thrilled beyond the sky to announce that my book, "Things My Mother Left Behind", is available for pre-order,... Continue Reading →

In A Word

I am not here. Really. I am taking a break, working on (now 2 projects) with March 15 deadlines, but I read something yesterday that I absolutely had to share. Suzanne Craig-Whytock, is, in a word, AMAZING!!!! You may know... Continue Reading →

A Body Covered in Time

I have been thinking a lot about time.  The passing of it, the motion, the gift and the cruelty of it.  I am thankful for the memories it gives me, the love and friendship.  I  hate it for everything it takes... Continue Reading →

Unwavering

I never wrote love poems, not about the good parts of love anyway, until I met my husband, Joe.  Perhaps I had never really been in love before him, or perhaps I didn't know what real love was supposed to... Continue Reading →

The Irishman

I don't often write love poems.  I have written only a handful and they are all about one person. He is a man who has Ireland running through his blood and a heart that beats with a strength and rhythm... Continue Reading →

Mandi’s Love Story

You know when you read something that touches you so deeply, so profoundly, that you can't read anything else for a while?  When you find yourself in tears, sobbing at your desk and going back to read it again?  That... Continue Reading →

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