At the Women's march

At the Women's march
All Lives Matter

Never Again

Never Again
We Won't Go Back

Saturday, October 2, 2010


I had forgotten that I have to moderate comments to my blog before they can be published, and today I just came across a slew of wonderful comments that I had not seen before. I want to thank all of you who have been reading my posts – and been sending good wishes and kind comments.

For the next week I’ll be busy kvelling over my daughter, Jenny (not a grandchild this time!), who’ll be playing in an International Amateur Pianists Competition, so I won’t be back in these pages for a little while.

Meanwhile, if you’re on facebook, look for the page for “The Complete Book of Breastfeeding.” I try to keep it interesting!

Thanks so much for your interest.


Susan Adcox said...

How wonderful to have a talented daughter! Good luck to Jenny.

Jen said...

Very cool! You have a great blog!


donna seftel said...

Dear Sally,
What a great blog, especially the post about your well deserved award! You have been a feminist inspiration in Port Washington since the early 1970's. Knowing that your latest transition in life is bittersweet, maybe you should write about how a grandmother makes and keeps a home for her family.
Best always,

TheBrandMuffin said...

Is there contact information available?

Please e-mail me at

Thank you!!

Lelia said...

Hi, Super I hope you are back and thanks for the tip on breastfeeding docs.

Ruth Duskin Feldman said...


I was surprised to see the photo of Daniel and me on your blog!

You've had a fascinating, adventurous life. Cheers!

By the way, since I stopped working on the M-H textbooks you pioneered, I've begun designing web sites, including my own.

Ruth Feldman

Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for Grandparents and Caregivers said...

Hi, I stopped by to visit a fellow grandmother and enjoyed this post, among others. What a fun outing for you and your family! Belated well wishes for her performance. :)

I loved breast feeding when my kids were little and my kids have followed suit as much as possible with my grandchildren (health-permitting). It's definitely a wonderful way to go when you are able. :)

Thanks for an interesting visit.