I can’t know that now. In fact, I really have no idea how this will continue to play out. All I can do is continue to write through it, and to seek to be as honest as I can about my experiences.
Day: November 3, 2013
by Win Bassett NPR published a story this morning with the headline, Twitter followers remarked that she thought the headline misled readers. “The story is more re: being able to come as you are,” she wrote. Admittedly, one of the church leaders questioned in the article said, “I’m not interested, frankly, in making more church …
Susan Katz Miller, a former neighbor of mine, writes as clearly as anyone I know about raising an interfaith family. In a recent piece for The New York Times she wrote:
The Port Huron Times Herald reports:
I can remember decades ago, cruising down the grocery aisles, adding things up in my head as I went, making sure I didn’t go over the amount of money I had with me, or had budgeted for the trip to the store. It was not unusual for me to go to the store with a fistful of coupons, either, in those days. How did I get from that to my present state of grocery-cluelessness?