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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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Tipping a Wing

My college graduating class had what my husband Jim would have called a “reunion of significance” this year–one of those reunions that we as undergrads would have witnessed and thought, Damn, they’re old. And the jackets: how can they be seen … Continue reading

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