My favorite holiday memories revolve around my mother’s Hanukkah parties. Three generations of Americans, Israelis, and Russians gathered in our small home by moonlight, their stories and voices and accents braiding together. Old Hanukkah tapes would play, the almost-twangy music … Continue reading →
Driving past towns and daylight and whining, we make our way to my husband’s home town. I note the sun setting in slices against open fields. Miles of blues and oranges blending together above corn and cows and red tinted … Continue reading →
The air is crisp, this kitchen is warm, and our space within both… is tight. My girls and I maneuver around each other. Arms and legs, fingers and elbows, tops and bottoms. Our dance is not yet perfected. Soup boils and … Continue reading →
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