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Tag Archives: Election 2016
Hope Is a Funny Thing
Hope is a funny thing. Just when you think it’s gone, you find it in the most unlikely place. I’ll give you an example. Back on Election Day 2016, I squeezed into a white pantsuit. Normally I vote with an … Continue reading
Posted in Autism, My Life Tagged Acceptance, Autism, Election 2016, Grief, Hope, Letting Go, Loss, Unplanned Life, White Pantsuit, Women's Voting Rights Leave a comment
It’s hard to have hope after the most qualified woman—technically the most qualified person, male or female, in decades—loses an election to a compulsive liar without an ounce of relevant governmental experience. But something about the fear and the shock, … Continue reading
In the Time of Wolves
Lately it’s been hard to get out of bed, much less write. But I managed to funnel all of my anger, disappointment, sorrow, confusion, and fear into a poem. It still feels kind of raw, this newly hatched work. But … Continue reading