Month: August 2013

Remembering Egypt

My father spent part of his WWII service in Northern Italy and Egypt. Not only did the war change him, but the beauty within these countries transformed a young soldier into a man who'd forever appreciate opera and history. This… Read More ›

In memory of Dr. Martha Post

In September, 2011, Doctor Martha Post was murdered outside her medical practice in Lexington, KY.  Yesterday, her murderer was finally found guilty and will no doubt spend the rest of his life behind bars.  Martha’s daughter, Caitlin, was my daughter’s… Read More ›

Back to school

Imprisoned in this little crib (cage) is my beautiful baby daughter, barely 10 mths old. Already she relied upon pacifiers and teddy for comfort. She couldn’t sleep without either one, and many a night I spent relocating her “comforters” so… Read More ›