Tag Archives: Fenway Park

An Emerald Necklace

Many necklaces are special. Sometimes a necklace is not a necklace. Strung between my longtime work world and the galaxy of Boston hospitals clustered around Fenway Park–the first and last ballpark where my husband Jim saw the home team play–is … Continue reading

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Shagging Flies on the Green Monster

As one of my children said to the consternation of her fourth grade teacher, who innocently had asked a question about symbolism in a grade-appropriate novel about a dog, “Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.” “Shagging Flies on the … Continue reading

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