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Blame it on the Sunshine

Blame it on the Sunshine

Blame it on the sunshine — or the coffee — or the rumor in our area that the Omicron Virus may be peaking.  I feel Hopeful. Sort of. That hope feels like a shaft of  sunshine, after weeks of gray— as friends and family endured bouts of illness over Christmas.  The...

The Argument Today: My Body, My Choice

The Argument Today: My Body, My Choice

“My body, my choice” is an argument that many make to justify a woman’s right to end the life of her unborn child.  Today, many wonder if that argument is equally applicable in other decisions, like the one whether to receive a vaccine against the COVID-19 virus. Yes....

Elinor’s Observation Works for Me

Elinor’s Observation Works for Me

The Observation Still Works Elinor Dashwood’s observation works for me: she expressed the restraint our current events necessitates:  “And sometimes I have kept my feelings to myself, because I could find no language to describe them in.” (Sense in Sensibility)  Just...

The Learning Curve Continues

The Learning Curve Continues

As this pandemic continues, the learning curve continues, and seems to lengthen. How teachable am I willing to be? This time last year, I anticipated a learning curve because of the shock of COVID-19*  Quarantining, masking, social distancing, vaccinating, etc — these...

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