Category Archives: memoir

In Comb Bees Is

What happens when a self-made Jewish American Princess gets bitten by the beekeeping bug? I’ll let you know as the story develops. So far it’s led to one hive, ¬†at least three epiphanies, two bee suits, 36 jars of honey, … Continue reading

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Back to my memoir, and a sad result of iOS updates

One of the first people to help me understand my father’s documents was a man named Alex Bauer, a friend of my in-laws and a lovely man from Hungary. He died last year, after a long and full life, and … Continue reading

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Why I mistrust comfort

I think my father died because he was comfortable with his doctor. It’s not the doctor’s fault. I don’t know if the doctor urged my father to get a second opinion or see a specialist. He might have. In the … Continue reading

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