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Be Mindful

Sometimes you know exactly what’s coming and sometimes, as Edward Gorey more poetically put it, you have no idea that tomorrow it will be raining. Sometimes “It’s better not to know.”: Either Jupiter says  This coming winter is not        After … Continue reading

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Spun Gold

Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your golden hair. . . . This Father’s Day I knew Jim would want us outside.  It was a glorious day on the seacoast, with a cooling breeze uncharacteristic for June. I looked at the sunlit … Continue reading

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I’ll Follow Jupiter

As I limp and teeter towards verticality, there is no telling about what subject I will suddenly experience a bout of certainty. I waffle over the simplest things.  I may be utterly unable to decide whether or what to eat … Continue reading

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