Blessed are the forgetful: for they get the better even of their blunders – Nietzsche I forget things. This morning I forgot my keys when I left for work. I kissed my husband goodbye at the door, and then had second goodbye at the window (it’s a silly thing – don’t ask) and then headed… Continue reading How Happy is the Blameless Vestal’s Lot. The world forgetting, by the world forgot.
“They should tell you when you’re born: have a suitcase heart, be ready to travel.” – Gabrielle Zevin I just got back from two weeks in Italy…a trip that was enlightening, beautiful, frustrating and evoking. I love traveling. I love seeing new places, I love watching a country roll by from the window of a… Continue reading I Have a Suitcase Heart
Hi! Did you miss me?? Sorry I haven’t posted in awhile but I was in Italy which I’ll write about later once I have fully ingested all its crazy beautiful complication. But I will tell you that seeing the David, the Sistine Chapel, the home Galileo was born in and Keat’s grave is a humbling… Continue reading Miss me?
Image via Tumbler Many many many thanks to Jersey Devil Press for publishing my story Paper Heart about a boy who can’t stop crying and a girl with, well, a paper heart. Ah, young love. Cheers!