I’m a free-lance philosopher with a kaleidescopic background —suitable for a blogger!— and a published writer (novel, memoir, articles, short stories).
But writing blogs is the most rewarding, not to mention, FUN, of all.
A peep through the kaleidescope: a degree from Wellesley College in Economics (wrong!); subsequent graduate work in English Literature (where I belonged all along). Training in addictions counseling and chaplaincy; eight years in Campus Ministry at Manhattan’s Fordham at Lincoln Center. I lived in the big city most of my life, then moved to more rural settings and breathed a new air —Currently enjoying life in Northampton, MA, a small town that’s capital-D Different.
I love: the French language, things Japanese, art, mystery stories, double crostics, food (including cooking it), photography, and conversations. To me the give-and-take of conversation is the breath of life, and I do my best to encourage it on both my blogs, this one and A View from the Woods —
Welcome to Touch2Touch! Look around, browse through the archives, join the conversation if you’re so moved — then move on over when you have time for a look at the View —I’m always happy to see you, here and there!