Letters to Tuvia Y3/#sol18 3/16: Big Day Done :)

A big beautiful day that I was honored to live through.  All day with teachers delving into tough topics of grieving.  Most, around the table, were courageous and took a risk with writing.  It was a long exhausting day but a wonderful one.

And the evening, even in the cold chill of a very windy New York City, filled me powerful theater, so hard to find and to think… I sat next to Chris Carley aka, Drama Boy and together we watched Matt Boston on stage, directed by Margarette and written by husband Brian.

So every bone in my body aches as I slow down with a cup of very hot coffee and watch some House Hunters International and dream…

Another big day coming tomorrow- Herb Kaplan officially turns 97.  YAY!!!

What fun Tuv R.

Bonnie S.

2 thoughts

  1. What a busy day! I know you made a difference to those teachers and their understanding of grief. That alone would have been a full day, but then to attend a play just makes it an over the top day. I am also a big fan of International House Hunters. It’s fun to dream.

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