Tag Archive | Paris

La Vie de Boheme: a slice of memory


Hello readers, Today a patron at the library where I work used the term “la vie de boheme” to describe a book we had both read, “How Should a Person Be?”, by Canadian author Sheila Heti.  The expression brings back to me my younger years in Paris, as well as the eponymous 1992 film directed […]

The Courage to Unfold


Hello readers, Right now I am wrestling with the unfolding of the next stage in my life.  I feel the necessity of moving on, to leaving my current work, to shedding my current skin for a larger and more complex hide, to accommodate a newer version of myself.  I am leading myself to believe that […]