Dinah is a columnist sending you the good word from sunny California. Diagnosed with scleroderma in 1996, she grapples (literally) with the condition. She likes piña coladas, long walks on the beach, and is counting on her husband’s 401K to provide all that. In the meantime, she hopes you’ll get a chuckle or two out of her writing because laughter is priceless, or at least, that’s what her previous editor said when she asked for a raise.
Along the street lined with neatly planned townhouses, an effervescent spirit zigzagged through the households at midday. Every person under the age of 8, including me, felt hackles rise up ... Read more
(Sung to “Defying Gravity,” with apologies to Stephen Schwartz.) Something has changed within me Some parts are getting tight I’m through with tiny buttons Give me sweatpants day or night. ... Read more