Category Archives: Friendship

Two Words

Three years ago, the future dissolved in two words. That Wednesday began in the Happiest Place on Earth.  We had flown to Orlando for a medical conference, and left in the wee morning hours to fly to Boston for an … Continue reading

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Learning Curve

Last January one of my daughters shepherded me through the relatively minor technical work needed to begin this blog, giving me a nicely calendared progression of posts upon which to reflect. Recently I found on my husband’s computer the 500 … Continue reading

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A Couplet and Complicated Compassion

“Yesterday it did not seem as if today it would be raining.” Last night actually did give just a hint of rain, after a glorious evening outside at Prescott Park in Portsmouth.   This time Shawn Colvin was not driven from … Continue reading

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A Broken Link

I went back in time, through many dozens of posts, after being alerted that one of a post’s links no longer worked.  In repairing the link by finding another iteration of the same late-in-life Kurt Vonnegut interview, I could not … Continue reading

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