Tag Archives: Mother’s Day

Poetry Friday: “Heat” by Michael Chitwood

Ironing, like so many other domestic chores, has about it the air of religion. There is a compelling need for specific implements and special rituals, a curious balance of fire and water, a mix of dry and damp, and a fresh (unending!) supply of pristine garments — all looming overwhelmingly to wring order from chaos. […]


Pocket Review: My Mom, Style Icon by Piper Weiss

My Mom, Style Icon Piper Weiss Chronicle, 2011 Piper Weiss’ epiphany came while looking through her mother’s closet for a fancy clutch purse to bring to a wedding. As she pulled out one fabulous vintage accessory after another, she realized that her mother had, once upon a time, been possessed of some serious fashion sense. […]