At dawn on April 24, Jenny Thompson Halverson, the first female mayor of West St. Paul, Minnesota, was getting ready to go for a run. Known for her early-morning neighborhood jaunts, her campaign slogan was “Run Jenny Run." But this particular morning would get off to a violating start. And kicked off a revolution in her local political sphere.
It was the right house at the right time.
As a freelancer, I'm working harder than ever. As a parent, I can't imagine my life any other way.
Dad says “sunfish,” daughter says “sunglasses”—how an outdoorsman and a style editor teach each other about the finer things in life.
I can't resist Sarah McLachlan's siren call.
Roger Barrett and Sam Beberg’s home décor and gift shop Pharmacie has been a hit since it opened, with its artful window dressing, hip collection of furniture and accents, and Uptown location. So it’s no surprise that the Minneapolis condo that the partners call home is deftly decorated, thoroughly curated, and totally livable.
A month into my leave, it started to dawn on me that this new normal—one that I truly was blissed out on—would morph into yet another new normal. That first month passed so quickly that it occurred to me as I healed that time would continue in its unfair way, speeding toward a destination I could not control.