Thursday, January 12, 2012


Looked in the mirror today (at the gym, no less) and realized that I don't look "big" anymore. I don't look small, but I don't look specifically big either. I've crossed over that invisible divide. Just barely, but I'm happy to be on this side. :)


  1. Hey, it's Claire. I tagged you for a post on my blog; you don't have to do it but it might be fun!

    1. Sure! :) I think I missed it, if it was a message to me -- what are the details?

  2. Dear Lisa,
    I feel privileged to have read your article about your struggles with Catholicism. I want you to know that I admire you for posting this. Any faith worth having should be a well examined faith. And it sounds as if you are doing just that...asking and pondering. I wish you only peace as you study and pray on what you should do.
    As you know, I too was raised Catholic and am grateful for all that I learned as a child. But as an adult I started searching for something else. I found that in Judaism. I converted to Judaism this month with my 3 youngest kids. You are certainly not alone...
    Julia McCarthy Cam

  3. Julia, that is so sweet! Thanks so much for your kind words. It is a surprisingly emotional process, like ending a long relationship, and it helps to hear that I am not alone. Mazel Tov! :D