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Goshorn Meanderings

My Grandma Pauline’s column in the Saugatuck newspaper The Commercial Record lives on through my relationship to writing in spite of the cabin she and my Grandpa built with their own hands living on as an Airbnb.

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Goshorn Meanderings

Families pass down genetic traits, and some pass down professions. I imagine through careful teaching moments meant to infuse practical skills and activate generational talents. I can count on two hands the amount of times I saw my white Grandmother, Pauline, at the small but impressive wood cabin she and her husband built for their […]

Setting Yourself Up For Success

Just before COVID-19 fundamentally disrupted the workplace, I decided to resign from the first office job I’ve held since February 2018 on the basis that it wasn’t a good fit for someone like me with Idiopathic Hypersomnia. When we talk about disability in the workplace, the conversation revolves around disclosure and accommodations. Like people of […]

The Question I Forgot to Ask

As I navigate self-partnering, I often find myself searching for the blueprint to a fulfilling relationship. A book written by a woman more wise than me, or less distracted by the fairy tale dust mixed among the residue of her childhood dreams. My Mother never misses a moment to remind me exactly what she thinks […]

April 4, 1968

Martin Luther King Day was designated a federal holiday by former President Ronald Reagan, out of all people. The same Reagan who was responsible for the disappearance of public mental health services and a rapid increase of nonviolent drug offenses leading to incarceration with his expansion of the war on drugs. Why would a man […]


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