I write stories for your soul. Reflections on the power of love and kindness and lessons from my family, including our experiences living with mental illness. My goal is to be true, sharing stories from the heart that comfort and inspire readers.
Aunt Kay, who is my second mom, is the inspiration for this blog. I spent every summer at her home in northern New Jersey. Sitting at her kitchen table, she taught me how to churn butter, bake pies and cookies, sew a skirt, and iron. Most important, with her tremendous enthusiasm, she taught me how to harvest joy and possibility from everything we did.
I grew up in Manhattan with my mom and spent my childhood among amazing nuns in all girl Catholic schools. I live in Atlanta now with my husband Mark, two dogs, a cat, and an occasional foster puppy. Our sweet foster Maggie has a remarkable story of survival. Heaven is sharing a meal with my family at home. Family dinner is almost a religion around here.