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The Right Time

It’s not always dark at night. But sometimes the transition between day and night is unmistakable. The day may fade into ho-hum waves of gray-blue, but—just as one is tempted to look away–the horizon can blaze back in a band … Continue reading

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The Empty Nest

Loneliness is an interesting feeling. Interesting, you ask?  How neutral.  How unilluminating.  How non-judgmental. How unlike me. My feelings about loneliness have been pretty darn negative.  I’ve written about unwanted solitude as a vacuum, an inescapable shadowed partner to despair. … Continue reading

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Numbing Numbers

In my first blog entry (The World Still Out There) I promised an excerpt from what I have written for my children to read some day. This is a portion of a chapter about the language of numbers: In the … Continue reading

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