“What leads a man to transact with death for his daily bread?”
I couldn’t stop thinking about what I would do if something went wrong. If I made a mistake, my son and I might go back to being homeless.
I wish I could tell my dad that I worked to recreate the newsroom. That people still think newspaper stories—and stories about newspapers—are worth telling.
“So many of us professional food people struggle with eating and body issues. We’re drawn in.”
“Some of these horses have also been rescued from floodwaters. They too are in a strange place, and deeply alone.”
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“It was an alternate world, where the dead came everyday, and we treated it as normal.”
“People say a lot of things when they can’t watch television.”
“Like most people in education, I wanted to make a difference.”