Tag Archives: David Sedaris

On Grace: And So This Is How I Asked for Help

When I became the only parent of two children, aged 5 and 7, I learned more skills about asking for help, about asking for help when I would never be able to reciprocate fully, never be able to pay that … Continue reading

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My Gay Boyfriend: Traveling with David

I was laughing so hard, I almost peed my pants.  Which would have been bad enough, but I was traveling on a train in a foreign country and people were looking at me.  He had to stop being so funny! … Continue reading

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Reflections on Immigration as a Moral Issue

I have just returned from several weeks in Europe (lucky me, I know).  Not surprising to anyone who reads the international news or understands power dynamics of Haves and Have-Nots, concerns about fair and unfair practices regarding immigration policy and … Continue reading

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