Monthly Archives: March 2022

Failure to launch?

Among the many things that no longer seem possible is the idea of packing a suitcase. We returned from San Francisco last month certain we had our travel chops back and we were determined to plan another jaunt right away … Continue reading

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So I guess we’re all coming out of our shells.

Remember when all we did was hide in our houses and keep track of our mask inventory? Those days (fingers crossed) seem to be in the rear view mirror. Now we’re out and about and back to real life – … Continue reading

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Because what we need right now is a new plague, right?

Ah, spring. Especially this spring. Daylight hours edge deliciously ever longer, and the wisteria and the calla lilies are in joyful bloom. The air is filled with the perfume of orange blossoms, our little swarm of honeybees have returned, and … Continue reading

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2021 Reading Re-Cap: The Top 10

I tried to choose a favorite but every day it changes so I just listed them alphabetically by author. You should read them all! Half of a Yellow Sun: A Novel By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Published 2008 Kindle, 562 pages … Continue reading

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