Last New Years I spent in the hospital with newborn Aidan watching a “Project Runway” marathon. In other words, an awesome start. (I haven’t seen any real programs to speak of since. And I happen to like hospital food!)
As kids grow they get ever so much more complicated and harder to please and make more and more demands on your time. Even so, I have a good life. Lucky to have vivacious & creative boys who are by & large hale & healthy.
My husband’s laid off, and as for me, well, you know poetry has never been famous for its money-making attributes. Even so, I have a good life. Lucky to be with a man who values literature & the written word & my poetry universe.
This year has been, creatively & personally, my most productive & fruitful up till now — my only wish for next year is more of the same. Blessings to you all in the new year!
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