Tag Archives: Summer

Summer ends; new beginnings.

Is there anything more fleeting than summer? Question for God: Why, the very moment summer begins, do you begin stealing a minute of its light at each end of the day? Good thing Lily pounced on it from the get-go … Continue reading

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Even in the dead of summer.

How I love NYC. Slowed to a crawl by the heat, I barely left my neighborhood this trip, but that’s okay. People travel from all over the world to visit our neighborhood, so I was content to amble up Broadway, … Continue reading

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…she had so many children she didn’t know what to do!

Lucky for us, we live in a nice big shoe. But all these kids – they’re faster than us, smarter than us, and worst of all – we’re now outnumbered. Fortunately, they’re all perfectly behaved. ­čśČ These two California transplants … Continue reading

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Up with the Chickens.

Sometimes it just seems like the days blur together. And other times they actually blur together, as in yesterday and today, which were linked, in my world, by only two hours of sleep. Instead of a visit from the ┬áSandman, … Continue reading

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Travel Moment: a secret garden in Georgetown

I’ve walked along M Street in Georgetown countless times, most importantly one day way back in the Bicentennial year when dear friend Rosanne and I happened upon the CE and changed history – personal history, at least. But somehow I … Continue reading

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