It’s another snowy spring day here in the Midwest.
A review of the memoir starting with goodbye by Lisa Romeo about her father’s death and her grief.
Why wait? You deserve to treat yourself well now.
Hey, kiddo is a graphic memoir that tells the story of Jarrett j. Krosoczka. The subtitle gets to the meat of the story: How I lost my mother, found my father, and dealt with family addiction.
What can you do to get back on track when you are feeling burned out?
As I read “Sick: A Memoir” by Porochista Khakpour, I couldn’t help but think about the normal progression of illness.
Everything seems so brown and monochromatic, I start to feel like I’m living in a black and white photo.
It is the story of how Pataki’s husband Dave suffers a stroke in mid-air as they are flying to Hawaii during their “babymoon” when she was five months pregnant.
I am a rearview worrier. I don’t fret about things that could go wrong in the future. Instead, I spend my time obsessing about things that might have happened in the past.
I have been dealing with a migraine for the past three days.
This week I came across two seemingly opposite, but related quotes.
“Right now I’m having amnesia and deja vu at the same time… I think I’ve forgotten this before.
If you could spy on yourself would you do it?
I think the greatest test of a memoir is knowing the big surprise and still wanting to read the book.
While regret is what we wish we would have done differently, nostalgia is what we wish we could live again.
People assumed that if they had done things another way, life would have been different. But is that true?