I had a wonderful dinner with an old friend from business school in New York one night.
I mourned the passing of Adrienne Rich.
The world burst into bloom, and we admired it on notice things walks, bike rides, and a trip to our favorite place, Mount Auburn Cemetery.
My favorite blog post this month: Perfect
I read Contents May Have Shifted by Pam Houston, Mrs. Kimble by Jennifer Haigh, Some Assembly Required by Anne Lamott, Quiet by Susan Cain.
We went to a beach an hour north of Boston that is rapidly becoming a sacred place for our family. On a cold, clear late-April day we wandered on the low tide sand. It was magic.
I wanted her to see that the only life worth living is a life full of love; that loss is always part of the equation; that love and loss conjoined are the best opportunity we get to live fully, to be our strongest, our most compassionate, our most graceful selves.
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