Category Archives: Writing

Wild Flowers and Maternity Clothes

Three years after my son’s stillbirth, I gave away my maternity clothes. Why it took so long. Continue reading

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Yes, it IS political

Yes, if you’re calling out Donald Trump’s misogyny, it’s political. Continue reading

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Ideals, Humanity, and Grace for Hillary Clinton and Me

Does a betrayal of our ideals mean that we can no longer hold them? Continue reading

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When Fear Threatens Safety

When discussing transgender people using bathrooms, we need to take care that our fears don’t threaten another’s safety. Continue reading

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Three Minute Lesson in Bravery

The best lesson in bravery I could give my son. Continue reading

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Who I am When a Yes Becomes a No

How much weight do you give to the rejection in your life? Continue reading

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When We Write for Justice

Today’s post is from my dear friend Andi Cumbo-Floyd. She has been a consistent encouragement and inspiration to me, both as a writer and as a woman striving for justice in our corners of the world. Her latest book, Steele Secrets, … Continue reading

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