I am a writer, a public servant, a mother of three, and a human ecologist with degrees from Stonecoast MFA in Creative Writing and College of the Atlantic. In my fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, I write about nature, motherhood, and the emotional effects of environmental contamination. Here on this blog, I seek beauty in the quotidian.
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With a nod to Kazuo Ishiguro's wonderful novel, The Remains of the Day, which, in the interest of full disclosure, I had not even read until this blog was nearly two years old. It's surprising to find one has a lot in common with an aging butler.