I know it’s a bit early to be talking about resolutions. We haven’t even gotten through the season to be jolly; the much anticipated making ourselves crazy season when we over shop, over do, and over eat while trying to replicate a Norman Rockwell illustration. It never seems to be the happy time we want … Continue reading CAN WE RESOLVE TO BE HAPPY?
I gave a reading yesterday at the Albany Institute of History and Art during the Thanksgiving Gift Fair Family Festival. Every floor was bustling. Local artisans of high-end arts and crafts ranging from silk kimonos to hand-painted Christmas ornaments to batiked tableware were selling their work. One of the big draws for children was a … Continue reading HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS