"Those are terrific but scary odd wonderings. I do think it's natural to wonder about these things, especially the things are loved ones left behind. I have a pair of candlesticks from my great-grandmother (who I never…"
"Toby--Part 1 was like looking at a Maira Kalman illustration, the same mixture of laughter and pathos. Parts 2, 3, and 4 keep getting darker and sadder. Can't wait to read the next installment. Brilliant idea!"
"I agree with Gita that the Tsst was p-e-r-f-e-c-t... I'm still hooked with this series, and I'm wondering about the belief that it always takes two people to screw up a relationship. In this union, what is the wife guilty…"
Sara heard him come home—the door squeaked in its usual way and then, thump, it was shut—but then she heard voices, and giggles, a hoot of laughter, and then the tssst of a can of beer or soda and music exploding on the stereo.She lay in bed for another hour until all the noise died, until Bill entered the bedroom.“I guess you didn’t feel well,” he said. He didn’t wait for an answer, but left the room to brush his teeth.When he returned he said, “You know, it was a little embarrassing, not…See More