I first heard of Elie Wiesel in college when I read his Holocaust memoir Night. It moved me deeply at the age of 18, but it brings me to tears as I read it again 20 years later. I am newly horrified by the brutality these millions of people endured and I am angered . . . → Read More: Who we’re helping: The Elie Wiesel Foundation
This month half the profits from neveroutgrowyourcar.com have gone to Kiva. Kiva is one of the many microfinance organizations now in existence and our family has donated to them several times over the years. As one of our “Christmas countdown” activities, each of the boys gets to choose someone on Kiva to donate to. . . . → Read More: Who we’re helping: Kiva
I’m a bit of a book slut. Not only do I read a lot (I mean a lot a lot), but I read more than one book at a time. More about that in a future post.
I recently finished The Power of Half. It’s about a family in Atlanta who sold their . . . → Read More: Half of this one thing