Monthly Archives: July 2012

Letters for Later

As a child, I never wrote a letter to be opened by my adult self, whether via a teacher’s mailing or a time capsule or some other means. (At this point I just laugh at my old diaries.) But I’m about to write one for someone else’s child. Two dear friends of mine, married for […]

A Travel Piece for the Wealthy, Sporty Set

I’ve been doing some freelance writing and editing of late, and thought I’d share my new work here as it appears. The latest is a piece titled “7 Great Luxury Hunting and Fishing Resorts,” and it appears in Wells Fargo Conversations. While neither wealthy nor sporty, I had great fun researching this article and gaping […]