Tag Archive: Jodi Picoult

Jul 26

The labyrinth

The most beautiful labyrinth I’ve ever seen is in Hardwick, Vermont, on the grounds of Hardwick Chiropractic.

The first time I visited this labyrinth was about 10 years ago with my mother and Evie Spodnik. The three of us spent a wonderful afternoon there that lives very clearly in my memory.

Evie had a particular …

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Jun 25

Learning when to stop fighting

As much work as I’ve done with breast cancer survivors, before tonight I had never been to a Relay for Life event. This evening I visited the local Relay event to see what it was all about…and I have to admit that I spent most of my time there crying.

Why?  I kept asking myself…why?  …

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Apr 25

The Miracle of the Mix Tape

Over the weekend I finished reading Jodi Picoult’s new book Sing You Home.  I think it’s her best book since My Sister’s Keeper and I relished every page.  Even the ones where I wanted to smack people who don’t actually exist except in her story.

On pages 135 and 136 (yes, I cared enough to …

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