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What an outpouring of support I’ve had this week from readers, subscribers, and of course friends and family. I’m sorry for the reason but so grateful for the outreach.
We are all doing pretty good! But of course we are all taking a bit of time to process and get back to the routine of living life, which has been interrupted not so much by grief, but by the other tasks at hand which are an outgrowth of the death itself.
The logistics of death and its aftermath are run by what I think of as The Babka Industrial Complex. And maybe the invisible hand of Big Rugelach, as well. If anyone is thinking of becoming a notary, you have a recession-proof side-hustle ahead of you.
But there has, indeed, been so much news— really good news and really important news—I look forward to getting back into it. And so I bring you, under a cloud of grief but a movement towards hope and joy again a smattering of the news of the week in review. As always, it is by, for, and about a women’s view of Politics, Business, Health, Pop Culture, The Arts, Sports, and more. Just for you, from me, curated with care and a very distinct point of view.
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But really, really— Thank you, for a raft—a boatload!— of amazing, personal, deep, funny, shared, warm condolences.
And lest you think it’s an even more keenly painful day— Mother's Day—have no fear. Have a guilt free one with your own mother, if she is still with you! Another gift my Mother gave to me was shunning the day — okay not shunning, just maybe having a strong opinion on the superficiality of it. But like not making light of it and then being resentful. Once it got past the home made glitter-dusted cards, it just wasn’t as meaningful for her. Like, really, she was more an appreciator of other 364 days with her children. And as for the Hallmark Industrial Complex that roped the husbands into ever more elaborate and expensive schemes for the day, my father once tried something like that when we were kids and she turned to him and said, “But I’m not your mother!”
A second cheers to Gloria! Happy Mother’s Day!!