Tag Archives: Richard Kozlow

No More Art. Who Am I Kidding?

Dwight’s oldest and dearest friends, Richard and Lois Kozlow, made us comfortable in their home in Birmingham, Michigan. Visiting their home was like going to an art museum. A prolific artist himself, Richard’s art was featured along with an eclectic … Continue reading

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My Jewish Mother — Happy Mother’s Day, Lois!

My Jewish Mother, Happy Mother’s Day I met my Jewish mother in Mexico. She invited Dwight and me to stay with her in San Miguel Allende. Lois and Richard traveled for his work. He was an artist. Somehow, even after … Continue reading

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Trigger #1

A few weeks ago, my friend, Heidi, our school librarian, the one who keeps our us from crossing that thin red line into barbarism, invited me to listen to Neil Gaiman at the Eccles Center. She had two seats in … Continue reading

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