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Writing — JUMP IN!

Writing — JUMP IN!

So, the other day I had a casual conversation with a younger woman who likes writing, but is reluctant to wade into words, arranging them in such a way that satisfies herself and communicates her thoughts.  My analysis — not her’s. Writing is  . . . tricky.  Being...

Living Without Uncle Bud

Living Without Uncle Bud

Today begins our first full day of living without Uncle Bud, Doug’s mother’s younger brother. He was a fixture in my life for almost 50 years, and for Doug’s whole existence— 82 years!  It’s going to be weird  to be living without Uncle Bud — for he was a person who...

Well, I Am Hopeful

Well, I Am Hopeful

My neighbor deflected the compliment; answering, Well, I am hopeful, when some remarked upon my friend’s goodly gardening ambitions.  She is a prodigious and productive gardener; plus she generously shares when she divides her bounty.  No garden or  flower bed ever...

Panic Makes Me Feel Like A Goldfish

Panic Makes Me Feel Like A Goldfish

Finally, one of my paintings reflects how I can feel throughout these strange and wonderful times through which we are living: PANIC. In this pandemic, I feel like one of those exposed goldfish, sensing danger was lurking yet knowing nowhere to hide. The virus is...

Let Me Stipulate

Let Me Stipulate

First let me stipulate: I am not wholly sure what day it is, unless I check the upper right of the computer screen.  But I have enjoyed this one, except for intermittent nervousness. Today passed as seamlessly as the previous day that I am calling Monday. I feel like...

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