Mother Heart

I am not a religious person. I don't got to church or temple or mosque. I don't pray or bend a knee to Goddess or God. But after nearly fourteen years of motherhood I have come to believe in something, something fierce and  powerful and universal. Something outside of me, completely out of my control.... Continue Reading →

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Both Sides Now

Yesterday, as competitors in the Ironman Challenge raced past our apartment, pushing their bodies to the limit of endurance, I was slowly cycling toward an afternoon meant to celebrate the life of a woman who endured in a different way, who pushed her body to a different limit. I knew about her long before we met. When she... Continue Reading →

F Words

Next week my sister turns 40. I would cackle with glee and do an evil little leprechaun dance except for that fact that she's my younger sister and her turning 40 means that I'm well over 40. Schadenfreude, have you met my good friend irony? The internet abounds--it practically explodes--with advice about turning 40. What... Continue Reading →

Oh, The Places You’ll Go! An Expat Commencement Address

Many of you are familiar with Dr. Suess's Oh, the Places You'll Go. Since its publication in 1990, it has become the go-to gift for wave after wave of matriculated seniors stepping forth into the great, wide world. Wise words--that rhyme-- wrapped and tied with a bow. Meant for children of all ages, it is filled... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

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