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Michaela Evanow

the Mother’s Day ache

April 24, 2017, Michaela Evanow, 5 Comments

Mother’s Day to me means deep, agonizing pain. It doesn’t mean flowers and hollandaise brunches. Not yet, anyway. I’m just not sure how Mother’s Day will evolve over the years, because it’s tightly bound to loss.

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letting weakness shine

October 19, 2016, Michaela Evanow, 0 Comments

I never wanted to be strong. But from the age of 16, when my spine was fused together with titanium, and my typical teenage problems disappeared into the bleeping of ICU monitors, I was told

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