Halloween is by far the most popular holiday in my house. Truly. My girls have countdown clocks on their phones where they not-so-patiently wait for October 1st and it cannot come soon enough.
That was a long summer. And not in the easy, breezy, long summer sort of way. No, we didn’t get our break, our respite, our moment between the end of the school year and the start of a new one.
If you’ve taken a walk in the neighborhood recently, you’ve likely noticed the incredible homemade signs on most blocks demanding systemic change in our country.
Across the globe, people are realizing that among the devastation we’ve seen from COVID-19, there is another public health crisis worsening — our mental health.
In times of greatest challenge, I have found that an antidote to anxiety and feeling down can be to do something. Anything.
Tales of the Sunset, by Suzy Loftus March 17, 2020 There is a piece of art that hangs on the wall of our Outer Sunset home that reads: “It is in the shelter […]
I am writing in response to the recent commentary by Quentin Kopp about the state of the District Attorney’s race and to correct the record on multiple counts.