From GED to PhD

From GED to PhD

Following thirteen months behind my only sibling was hard. Really hard. From elementary school on, she was a glowing student. Barely having to crack a book, she absorbed, digested, and understood information seemingly by osmosis, and had fun doing it. She maintained...
103 and Counting!

103 and Counting!

The swing hung from the branch of a willow tree split in two by lightning. It was my quiet place. Under its shade, I observed the world, contemplated life, and read more books than I can count. The books came from a wonderful city library with circular staircases and...
A Committed Relationship

A Committed Relationship

By Amy Conner   By their nature, intense romantic relationships are often as complicated as a rocket-operations manual written in Finnish by a Nobel theorist. And, if that relationship belongs to you, it’s a very good idea to ask yourself some questions before you...