pondering life's pauses, and turns, at Andalusia, in today's Inquirer

Sunday, August 2, 2015

In the Philadelphia Inquirer today I'm thinking about serenity—how we need it, where we find it—at Andalusia, along the Delaware River.

A link to the story is here.

A link to my blog post about the children I met and taught at this Biddle mansion is here.

4 comments:

Act. Research said...

This the most well written article I have read in years of reading the Inquirer. The first paragraph is "simple, but elegant" all at once. Congratulations Ms. Beth Kephart. Where else can we read your articles, books, etc.?

Joe Dirvin

Act. Research said...

This the most well written article I have read in years of reading the Inquirer. The first paragraph is "simple, but elegant" all at once. Congratulations Ms. Beth Kephart. Where else can we read your articles, books, etc.?

Sydelle Zove said...

Lovely story, which drew me in and held me close. Thank you!

Beth Kephart said...

Joe and Sydelle, thank you so much. I write these pieces. I love finding them in the paper. But I'm never entirely sure if they are seen. It is lovely to know they are seen. Thank you.

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