The Book Of Sister-lations: Price Proverbs about sisterhood

  Sisterhood feels like that late-night, eyes-tight, head-shaking giggle, when you remember once again that your sibling is a damn fool. It’s the last good feeling you have before you drift off to sleep: comfortable, content, secure, and safe. It’s sacred, and esoteric, and true as a proverb, and I can’t be grateful enough to […]

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A Patient Witness

Sometimes I go to the movies just to feel close to my sister. She hasn’t physically departed, but our lives have diverged in such a way that one is hardly there to greet the other when she comes home.   We’ve still got our record for now. Ten days is the longest we’ve gone without […]

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See. Speak. Feel. 2016

On days when my life is a hundred meter hurdle, it’s hard to distinguish between reality and the realistic dreams that surface amid thin wisps of sleep. Do I remember emailing her or did I dream it? Did I unplug the coffee pot before hitting the road or before hitting snooze? Am I cringing at […]

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