Together, we are better

December 29, 2016

Life is…tough, right now. I keep saying I’m overwhelmed, stressed, unsure- when anyone dares ask how I’m doing, right now. And it’s all the truth. I’m all of those things, almost all of the time. We suddenly and tragically lost the Principal of my daughters’ school, Paul Bisson, on Christmas Eve. I say that from […]

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“Take care of yourself”

December 20, 2016

“Take care of yourself.” That’s what they tell you to do. When you’re the parent and everything is going wrong. “Take care of yourself. You need to have something left.” But how? How is that supposed to happen? “You’re doing the best you can.” True. But not good enough. It’s not enough. There has to […]

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Listen To Your Mother 2016, do the thing

May 18, 2016

I’ve auditioned for Listen To Your Mother twice. In 2015 I wrote a piece I worked on for daaaayyyys. I edited it, I asked for feedback, I read it on camera to myself to hear what it sounded like. I didn’t get chosen for that show. It sucked. Not the piece, I still think it’s good. […]

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Feminism, and the Defiance of Daughters

April 21, 2016

Sexism. What a dirty word. What a list of cruel and ugly things it draws on your mind as you think it. There is a falsehood that sexism is only in the obvious and the overt- grabbing a woman’s ass, complimenting her new skirt as opposed to her intelligence, jokingly instructing a woman to get […]

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Why I love Windsor.

April 5, 2016

Occasionally still, I’m asked why I don’t live in Harrow anymore. Why I choose the city life, why I choose to live in Windsor when almost all my family lives in my hometown. The plain fact is: I love it. I love Windsor. I chose long ago to fall in love with it. To let […]

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