How to Reach Me

In the 1800’s individuals lovingly scribed words on paper with damp ink and tenderly handed it to the mail carrier. The receiver of the letter opened it with anticipation of the news the letter brought. Sometimes the news was bad and sometimes the news was good.

While today’s form of communication is much faster, I still open each document with the same eagerness — as if the words have traveled thousands of miles and several days to reach me. The words you send me are just as important and mean just as much, so do not hesitate to send questions, comments and requests to the address below. I am awaiting your words.