No matter how many times I climb the Hump, and it’s getting close to double digits, I never get tired of the view at the end. It never disappoints. My oldest friend Greg came to Vermont to hang out for a couple days, and this was our must-do activity. We scrambled up the Burrow’s Trail… Continue reading Camels Hump
On some Saturdays in Spring and Summer, the cello teacher who lives across the street from my place hosts open studio for her students. They take turns playing pieces they’re working on for her and each other. I like to sit on my stoop and listen. It’s pretty glorious.
Therapy is great. Every human needs a therapist. Every human needs to go through the process of finding one, working through things with them according to their school of thought and ability, and then knowing when it’s time to move to a new one. I’ve been lucky to have had great therapists in my life.… Continue reading The Thing About Parenting: Constant Change