When You Realize You Can Love Two Places and Not be Disloyal

The view of Boston took my breath away. “This is such a pretty city!” I thought to myself. The sky was a perfect, clear, June-blue. The Boston Harbor was to the left of me and the ocean and buildings farther on were sparkling, sunlight reflected in remarkable ways off water and glass. The Zakim bridge with its tall … Continue reading When You Realize You Can Love Two Places and Not be Disloyal

Hospice Care – Quality Care at the End of Life

In an appropriate follow-up to yesterday’s post, Jan Klingberg takes us into the realities of hospice care. Hospice care is often misunderstood and I’m grateful to Jan for giving us first hand information about this important service.  Kristine’s husband, Gerry, returned home from the hospital with end-stage cancer after his doctor bluntly told him to … Continue reading Hospice Care – Quality Care at the End of Life

Victoria’s Ethnocentric Secret – The Blue Bra

The title is compelling and sits in the faith section of the Washington Post, a respected mainstream media source. Who wouldn’t want to read “The Blue Bra Revolution”…so sexy…such a feminist idea….so Arab Spring,  but with that edgy, cool twist that the western audience craves. And that’s the problem with the piece. The article is … Continue reading Victoria’s Ethnocentric Secret – The Blue Bra