It’s been posited that, in America, we’re sleepwalking our way to the end of democracy. Nancy Townsley examines the Top 10 types of Americans who are contributing to this.
The fall equinox is upon us and, as the seasons change, Nancy Townsley reflects on her summer spent connecting with friends during these COVID times.
Remembering 9/11, twenty years later, Nancy Townsley reflects on where she was on that day and ponders other tragedies in American history, past and present.
Either you’re fully vaccinated by now or you’ve decided against it (or you’re under 12). For the unvaccinated, read Nancy Townsley’s reasons to just go get the vaccine already.
Urging some folks to finally get vaccinated against COVID is akin to pleading with smokers to stop smoking, Nancy Townsley examines the comparison.
Recently, the Pacific Northwest had a record-breaking heatwave that lasted for days. Residents suffered as they dealt with the heat; Nancy Townsley shares her experience.
During this Memorial Day Weekend, Nancy Townsley remembers her mom fondly and the tradition of sewing she has taken up in her stead.
Nancy Townsley shares another heartwarming essay, “Independent Living,” about life during COVID and her elderly dad’s move to a retirement center.
Nancy Townsley shares another touching essay about the little moments we’re experiencing during these extraordinary times, and thinks about her dad.
Nancy Townsley writes a touching essay about sharing a walk with her expectant daughter and discussing the way things were versus the way things are now.