After the birth of her daughter, a mother makes developed a new set of priorities and makes peace with a disastrous flood that caused damage to the family home.
Archives for January 2012
Following an unrewarding series of “language” lessons with a Japanese university professor, who, while collecting a fee from the student, spent most of the lesson time talking about “the intricacies of Shakespeare’s plots in English (his speciality),” Maybin opted for a radically different approach to learning Japanese: he began to study sado, the Japanese art […]
Guest Author, Ilona Martonfi, provides a window into her world, her daughter’s world and the world of so many women who need to find a place that will help to ease their suffering and get them off of the streets.
No matter how great a company’s products or services might be, ultimately, it’s people that make the difference. This, is the key differentiator. Those that understand and embrace this will always rise above the rest of the crowd.
Is multitasking leading us into an attention deficit recession? Tess Wixted offers some great advice, food for thought and some excellent additional reading on this important subject.
Guest Author, Drew Sager, writes about rebuilding and moving on after a break Up
A beautiful vignette by Martha Farley about what it felt like to watch someone become consumed by their passion.
Guest Author, Ilona Martonfi, shares a poem about domestic violence, safe houses and the ability women have to change their lives.
The DVD of this film was given to us as a gift by a departing homestay student; it was one of several movies he gave us, all of which he had seen and loved, and which he thought we would enjoy as well. The very large difference in age and character between us should have […]
Have we forgotten that one of the iconic beauties in West was a size 12. Nobody said that Marilyn was plus sized.