Virginia Woolf and a River

“A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write,” wrote Virginia Woolf. She described this as the “great problem.” Thirteen years ago, two women, within a canyon of red stone and brush, each with copies of Virginia Woolf’s book, “A Room of Her Own,” conspired to bring together … Continue reading Virginia Woolf and a River


Eggs, Eggs Everywhere (Hard-Boiled Egg Recipe)

Eggs abound. The colored plastic kind, the chocolate kind and the eggs in my chicken coop. My chickens taught me that eggs have a season. The natural production of eggs depends on the length of light in a day. The short days of winter nearly shut down egg production in my backyard coop. But the … Continue reading Eggs, Eggs Everywhere (Hard-Boiled Egg Recipe)