Two Decades of Remembering

I’ve been watching lots of 9/11 documentaries in the past few weeks, and the images are still searing, even 20 years later. Passenger jetliners plow directly into skyscrapers. Fireballs, plumes of smoke, bloodied pedestrians streaming out of the Twin Towers as...

Working through Turbulence

Once again, Liz Dexter has done me a favor by featuring eDitmore Editorial Services in her “Small Business Chat Update” on her LibroEditing website. Hard to believe, but this is the seventh time I’ve participated in these chats, which Liz began to help small business...

Celebrating Those Who Go Forth

The Fourth of July looks a little different to me this year. That’s because it’s only been a few days since my husband and I returned from eight weeks in Florence, Italy, and I’m still keenly sensitive to the differences of life in the suburbs of Southern California...

Love It or Leave It?

When I was a kid, the nightly news was filled with images of the Vietnam War and the ugly protests against the war that were raging around our country. Although the pictures were disturbing, I would sit and watch the evening news with my dad any chance I got because I...