Tag Archives: Barbara Kingsolver

As Happy As Anyone Needs To Be

When I posted yesterday about Barbara Kingsolver, I meant to lead into a brilliant quote from one of her essays in High Tide in Tucson, but the post got too long. The essay is called In Case You Ever Want To … Continue reading

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Desert Island Top Five

I was reading On The Road the day that Robert and I met. He noticed and told me it was his favorite book. I know that sounds like a line, but seven years later I can tell you it really … Continue reading

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The Most Important Thing About a Person

I used to put a lot of effort into presenting a cohesive image of myself to the world. This was difficult because there were (and still are) a lot unresolved contradictions in my life. I imagine this is true for … Continue reading

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