At our house, a lot changes between Saturday morning and Saturday night. We have six children, and often someone has some kind of sports ball thing happening during the day. And of course, there is the almost-weekly cleaning of the house, all hands on deck. On especially beautiful Saturdays, there might even be time to […]

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For me, today marks three weeks of my kids doing school at home, practicing social distancing, and trying to find a new rhythm for work, exercise, solitude, and connection. With routines and relationships turned upside down and less alone time than normal, I have not been drawn to shows or movies in my tiny pockets of spare time. I have been craving art that is quiet and calm, words that acknowledge grief, perhaps with a pinch or two of hope. Reading and writing poetry these past few weeks has been just what I needed.

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