Monthly Archives: February 2004

A Big Day

Today is a big day in a small way. I’ll be speaking at a Unitarian church, which, in itself, is nothing unusual. But today I’m going to try to accomplish something that has been weighing on me for several years. Those of you who have read Calm Surrender will remember the chapter, Candles on the Grave. In that piece I tell the story of a woman who holds a vigil at the grave of a child. Since the writing of […]