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Author Archives: Susan Young

LIFE, UNWOUND: SWEETNESS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

LIFE, UNWOUND: SWEETNESS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

I’m a chocoholic, like many addicts, quick with denials: I hurt no one. I buy fair-traded, 80% cacao, organic, vegan. I seek charity-loyal companies. Dark, smooth, rich, creamy squares at 6 a.m. nudge me awake. Necessary, right? No harm in a little a pick-me-up after lunch, and a nightcap at dinner.  Note the dazzling promos… Continue Reading

LIFE, UNWOUND: REGRETS TEACH US

LIFE, UNWOUND: REGRETS TEACH US

I dreamt about my mother’s hands last night, her long slim fingers, stunning and smooth in her youth, bony and wrinkled as she aged, black-blue and withered at her death the day after Christmas. In my dream, I saw her rings that my father bought her to honor anniversaries, for Christmas gifts, and as gratitude… Continue Reading

LIFE, UNWOUND: FROM THEM TO US

LIFE, UNWOUND: FROM THEM TO US

Yesterday I waved to my husband as I left the house, “..goin’ to the bookstore for holiday cards.”  I honestly believed I would buy only, merely, just cards.  The shop twinkled with sparkly displays of beckoning books, bright cards, funky socks, and this-s and that-s in lovey aisles inviting me to browse, take my time, mosey. I… Continue Reading

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