Tag Archives: Kurt Vonnegut

Spring Forward, Fall Back Down

  “Spring forward, fall back down…” I know, I know: it couldn’t be much more wintry in New England. It’s a balmy -6 degrees, enhanced by an order of magnitude for those who dally with windchill.  Boston had its highest … Continue reading

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On the Move

Most of my inspiration strikes while I’m on the move, or looking at something else in motion. I might be on a trek through the woods or an adventure–and occasionally a near-international incident–on the other side of the world. I … Continue reading

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An Empty Dock at Dusk

Satchel Paige has been credited with warning, “Don’t look back. Something might be gaining on you,” I did it. I looked at my “lookback,” prepared for me by a social network algorithm that uses snippets of members’ internet pasts. The … Continue reading

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Earthly Illusions and Blackwater Woods

One can learn many things from those who channel non-earthlings. One of my daughters recently finished a school-specific rite of passage that involves writing a Senior Meditation.   I know little of this ritual.  I do know that our puppy … Continue reading

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