Life As A Wife: I believe what I believe

Life As A Wife: I believe what I believe

It’s been a while since I’ve done a Life As A Wife post. So, here, for your enjoyment, is a new tidbit from day-to-day life with my husband, Jim. I believe what I believe Yesterday, I was on Facebook while also watching Twin Peaks, when Jim came into the...
My mother’s poems

My mother’s poems

I was going through some papers tonight and found four poems my mother wrote when she was in high school and one from when she was in college. (Her wedding photo is to the left.) Dawn Dawn— The hour when day, Like a butterfly, Creeps from the cocoon Of night. Painting...

In her pocket

I’m going to experiment with posting 100-word stories for a while. If you’d like to post your own 100-word story that riffs on this one, please do so in a comment. Other types of comments are always welcome, too. In Her Pocket By Laura McHale Holland On...

Life as a wife: Just like Emmylou

I’ve been remiss in posting here.  Preparing Sisters Born, Sisters Found: A Diversity of Voices on Sisterhood for launch on Jan. 5 has kept me beyond busy. (The book is on sale at Book Passage, 51 Tamal Vista, Corte Madera, Calif., now and...

Vying for Space

Here’s a mini memoir I contributed to The Sitting Room’s 2014 publication, This Is What a Feminist Looks Like. The question writers were asked to address was, When did you first realize you were a feminist? Vying for Space by Laura McHale Holland Kathy,...

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