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Help for Me and My Peer Group

Help for Me and My Peer Group

  Old people are now my peer group. That's a distinction that still startles me  . . .   “It’s [old age] not a surprise, we knew it was coming – make the most of it. So you may not be as fast on your feet, and the image in your mirror may be a little...

Aging with Grace

Aging with Grace

Aging and Gardening Aging and gardening are still two of my favorite writing prompts; an autumns-garden may still teach life lessons worth sharing. In an actual  garden past its prime, lots of plants, shrubs and flowers need cutting back, or uprooting.  In our...

An Anniversary: Eleven Years Blogging

An Anniversary: Eleven Years Blogging

Eleven years ago, I “published” my first blog piece.  I began it after four years into an unanticipated relocation, from  “the Free state,” to the Lone-Star state. The organizing principle was gardening, tethered to a favorite quote from a favorite actor: “If you have...

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...

I Wonder

I Wonder

I wonder: If thousands of North Americans, including women and children, formed a caravan, broke through an armed border guard, and walked across Mexico to Guatemala, turning down offers of sanctuary and expecting to be admitted into Guatemala, how would the news...

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