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Who Tells Your Story

When I travel around New England to speak at Schwartz Rounds in dozens of hospitals,  I usually mention that Jim would have told his own story far differently than I.  Although it was never his choice to leave us, I … Continue reading

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Incomplete: The Absent Hour

Today is missing an hour. We’ve sprung ahead. With my phone’s camera I captured sunrise on this deficient day. It featured an almost fully saturated sky, with just a flickering sliver of pure white light at the far left. My … Continue reading

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Seacoast State of Mind

    It began with Encyclopedia Brown and Judy Bolton.  An obligatory Agatha Christie phase ensued.  Then it was on to Sam Spade, Adam Dagliesh, Perry Mason, Lew Archer, Philip Marlowe, Sherlock Holmes . . . and a career in criminal … Continue reading

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Grief can drastically pare down places one’s “Happy Places.” It also can prompt one to venture out and find new ones. This sometimes unwitting search almost always leads me outdoors, to sunrises and sunsets, up mountains and down to the sea. … Continue reading

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