In my work as a ghostwriter, I meet a lot of wonderful people with interesting stories and lives. They inspire me, as does everything I read, hear, and see. Here, I share the thoughts and ideas that come to mind when I think about the people I meet, the stories I hear, and the experiences … Continue reading Notes
Who could be upset about slipping and rolling down a hill backwards on such a beautiful day?
Jake and I started the week by talking with our rabbi’s social justice class at a local college about what it’s like to be a transgender sixteen-year-old. I talked about what it’s like to be the mother of a transgender kid. I told the class that one thing I learned from being Jake’s — and his non-binary … Continue reading Being Who I Want to Remember Myself as Having Been