This series of postcards reveals a woman negotiating her way through the physical and spiritual adjustments of middle age. The shards of her life are shifted and sorted through, ordering, saving and throwing away, a distant glance at her past juxtaposed to an up close, meditative attention to the still life details of her daily world. A mosaic is created where destiny rubs up against hungry cats and dirty kitchen floors, topics ranging from mathematical theory to menopause, the mood shifting from grief to wit. In the process pattern begins to emerge, making a bridge of her own experience with which she can cross through the vulnerabilities of middle age. –Sarai Austin

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