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Waves of Inspiration

I am besotted by waves. Waves of color at sunrise and sunset, undulating curves imprinted upon salt marsh grasses by since-stilled winds.  Rainbow glass swirled into peaks and valleys.  Frozen waves of sun-gilded snow. Sky art formed by colorful canvas … Continue reading

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Here Tonight

“Well you went left and I went right As the moon hung proud and bright You would have loved it here tonight” These lines are from Mumford & Son’s “Home,” a song Jim did not hear from here. The beagles … Continue reading

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Still the Only One

The heart lingers: it remains the lone flower on this particular planting that has sprouted into full color in its sea of green.

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Hydrangea, sketch (c) 2009 Emma Glennon

“There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”

–Albert Einstein, quoted in Wisdom (London, 2002).

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