If you are also someone who has waited what seems like forever to get serious about writing, or if you are on the verge of giving up on your dream altogether, join me here…
What if everyone has severe doubts in the creative process, and the only difference between those who finish and those who don’t is that they plow through their negative feelings, treating them as perhaps not just a nuisance, but necessary?
Hattie’s diary entry from 80 years ago today speaks to the unpredictability and ferocity of the Dust Bowl, which many people don’t realize extended as far north as the Dakotas.
As the Fourth of July approaches, I thought you might enjoy a re-posting of a few excerpted July 4 entries from various years of my Great Aunt Hattie’s diaries. All of the entries below were written from her farm and ranch in Hidden Timber, South Dakota, on the Rosebud Indian Reservation, and here is a video […]
In the Atlantic piece “Masters of Love,” Emily Esfahani Smith discusses the role of kindness in long-term relationships.