Wince, crimp, prick: three of the words I have managed to guess in fewer than the six tries players get with Wordle, the latest game craze to hit the internet. According to legend (aka The New York Times), Brooklyn software Continue reading Wordling away the winter
Women who have left relationships in which their partners have abused them are often reluctant to disclose this information to their lawyer when they begin a family law case. For many, the abuse is a long-kept family secret. They carry Continue reading HELP is here!
As I shuffled my way across the sheet of ice that passed for the grocery store parking lot early one morning last week, I felt as though I was about 300 years old. Each step brought me one step closer Continue reading Now there’s some fun
In 2011, Helen Naslund killed her husband after almost 30 years of being subjected to his extreme abuse. The Naslunds were farmers and, as is often the case with family farms, Helen also worked off the farm to increase the Continue reading Gunpowder and lead