The body is fragile, and the mind is taxed to remember details, storylines, and even the simplest things that once came to mind without effort.
“We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.” –Anaïs Nin
In difficult times it becomes hard not to feel overwhelmed which makes relishing life’s little triumphs sweeter.
Last week I wrote about writing as a way of picking up the pieces. This week I spoke to women trying hard to do just that … pick up the pieces of their lives after Covid. Some downsized, some gave up smoking, some joined AA. Some struggle with where do I go from here? and whatContinue reading “The Truth of a Woman’s Story”