We Should All Be Weeping

If I had a daughter, I would want her to be little like Emma Gonzalez. Or perhaps a lot like her. There are a hundred reasons. There is her buzz cut for starters. As a woman who used to shave her head I promise you, bringing a set of clippers to your scalp is a... Continue Reading →

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The Magic Quilt of Expat Life

I've been an expat for nearly ten years. Blimey, that's a long time; long enough to start using the word blimey in a non-ironic way, even. Nearly ten years overseas means I have said more than my fair share of goodbyes. I've gone to a lot of leaving lunches, farewell festivities, and tally-ho teas. I've... Continue Reading →

Stop the Ride, I Want to Get Off!

If I reach back into my memory, back before┬áthe kids and the husband, stretch past the boyfriends and the general debauchery that defined my twenties, strain past that first bittersweet taste of adulthood, I can just about remember what life was like as a teenage girl, how weighted with importance everything seemed. Back then, before... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

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