Bite me.

And other words about the loss of my sister Barbara.

The “Bite Me” apron.

I asked my sister’s kid Alex to take the photo of me in the Bite Me apron, a treasured item that Barbara had forever, the one I’d wear to carve her turkeys, flip her latkes, and then, in her honor, to make this huge matzo brei a couple days after she died.

(Huge: I used a full box of matzo and a dozen eggs. 😳 Actually it was a full box of last year’s matzo — stale! — and a dozen eggs. Pretty dry. I’ve never smeared a matzo brei with butter…

--

--

--

I mentor and encourage for women who want more joy and freedom, less stress. More creative flow, less angst. At your age. In your body. In the world as it is.

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Why Long Distance Relationships Are Massively Underrated

Falling out of love with your first love — your hometown

66 Exciting Ways You Can Meet New People (Maybe Even Your Soulmate)

What is Christmas?

Who Has It Easier? Attractive People or Unattractive People?

Do you want to live a good life? — What characterizes a relationship where both thrive?

2 Birds 1 Stone.

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Sue Kearney

Sue Kearney

I mentor and encourage for women who want more joy and freedom, less stress. More creative flow, less angst. At your age. In your body. In the world as it is.

More from Medium

Rembrance

RocketU Writing Style Guide

Table with examples of word choices to be made when writing for interfaces.

I am back

Short- fiction (The fearsome dragon)