The state of women’s rights in America—exacerbated by the results of the presidential election—recalls a science-fiction scenario, from Ray Bradbury’s, 1951, “The Other Foot.” This masterpiece, of eighteen short stories contained within the award-winning “Illustrated[…]
American Women. Their Stories. Their Resistance. The despot is perched in his tower, threatening democracy with every tweet. Vultures of big business occupy his cabinet seats, while empty-headed puppets tie the Senate to a string.[…]
My husband had a heart attack in Singapore, and I got on a plane without telling our son. My most recent piece, featured in the NYT.
By the luck of the draw and, perhaps, by the grace of God, too, I don’t have a teenage abortion to whisper about, let alone shout. If I did, I secretly wonder if I would[…]
I confess: I’m Catholic curious. Sort of. I’ve always been fascinated–and, admittedly, frightened–by this notion that Catholics can slip behind a closet door, confess any kind of sin, from the monumental to the mundane; and,[…]
“Tennis is never about tennis, Kerrie,” my tennis coach said. “It’s about people dealing with their issues… lots of issues.” We both laughed — but that was before I wrote myself onto a reality-television show[…]
Promotional materials written for the sale of a multi-million dollar home on Bainbridge Island, WA, “Eagle Harbor`s Hidden Resort”
When I told friends and family that I was participating in a sanctioned triathlon, in Kirkland, WA., at Carillon Point, the number one question asked, was: “Why?” As featured in The Huffington Post.
With a remarkable collection of people, deep and informative history, wooded retreats, admired public schools, a variety of shops and restaurants, a farming community, artistic culture, and a unique location, Bainbridge Island has much to[…]
“Merry Christmas, Mom!” my young daughter, 11, squealed, as she and her two brothers ran around our favorite tree lot. “This is the one place,” she continued, “you can say ‘Merry Christmas’ and no one[…]