Continued from Part 1: In some cases, being invisible has tremendous benefits….[it] is like having a superpower…until you need to be seen, until you need
Most years, my travel includes heading back to the Pacific Northwest to teach for Washington Outdoor Women. It’s a break from the ordinary: sleep outside
Ironically, of all the places where it’s useless to talk with your hands, talking with someone who’s deaf never made it on my list. Until
I visited Faye to help her figure out her insurance and how much a trip to the neurologist would cost. At 93, she was experiencing
I start to worry that I talk about nakedness too much or maybe I just talk too much about the parts we don’t talk about.