Take A Leap
Nonfiction

Take A Leap

Richard drove himself to the emergency room on a Friday afternoon in mid-November. His health had been declining for the last two months, and he had twice gone to see his doctor. She initially attributed his extreme fatigue and shortness of breath to his chronic asthma and sent him home with a prescription. “I can’t … Continue reading

Wild Strawberries
Nonfiction

Wild Strawberries

We stepped into a golden countryside dream of self-sufficiency when we moved to a 1920’s-era farmstead with no running water or electricity, rented by Sally and Jeff for $65 a month. Participants in the “back to nature” movement, they had migrated in 1970 from San Francisco to central Pennsylvania, home of Rodale and his center … Continue reading