The fugue, which comes from the Latin for “flight” (as in flee) – has a role both in music and psychology. And now a new element has entered my family’s life: autism, its causes and treatment. The interplay between the State and the individual fascinates me… and I love to knit.
I’m as complex and as simple as they come. I’m middle-aged, married, living since 1980 as a New York transport in a Maryland suburb. My husband and I have raised six now-adult kids and we have so far been blessed with five grandchildren. John is a hotelman and I became a lawyer to get out of the house, and now have the privilege of representing kids in court. I love to sing, ring bells, play flute and percussion in my church choirs because I love music and theology and what better way to combine the two? Psychology intrigues me because I love people and the way their minds work. Yes, it’s true, I really love people – most of them anyway – which many might think disqualifies me as a lawyer. An unfortunate -and unfair – byproduct of my profession. But don’t hold any of the above against me. I can do enough to get myself in trouble in spite of or because of first impressions. Peace to all who enter here:)