Last year, while in Massachusetts, I lost my wallet. I was visiting a friend at Amherst College for the weekend and in between the several bus stations, I left my wallet in some unknown location. Along with about $30 in cash and my debit card, I lost two valued Whole Foods gift cards, my Driver’s License with a surprisingly good picture of me, and my first real-person wallet. I talk about my wallet when I talk about loss, because everyone, including myself, has experienced loss in much more significant ways. Enjoy this week’s theme, and the pieces by my talented writers.
Tia Ramos, Editor