"Can I have a mid-life crisis at 26?" I ask myself; standing opposite my reflection. The usually warm glow from my vanity now feels like harsh a spotlight.
As my dad twirled me around the vinyl dance floor, my eyes teared up with the realization that this moment may never happen again.
Published on the eve of World War II, Vera Brittain's memoir - The Testament of Youth - humanized the victims of war, and warned against the intoxicating elixir of duty and patriotism.
A striking gathering of different generations of women in Toronto, Canada hosted by the one-and-only, Geri Savits-Fine and her daughters, Rachel and Isabel.
"Politics" and "politicization" are two very different things, and right now we've reached peak "politicization." Let's just all take a second, and step back from the edge.
Death is never an easy thing, for anyone really. Whether you were beside your loved one’s side every minute of the way, or a thousand miles away, the pain hits you just as hard no matter where you are geographically.
"It is not perhaps, so very surprising that the War at first seemed to me an infuriating personal interruption rather than a world-wide catastrophe." V.B.