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“Nothing Gold Can Stay”

Sometimes gold is everlasting and sometimes it touches down to earth and then disappears into darkness. Sunsets lately have featured bursts of blinding  gold that quickly dissipate to orange and into black.   I often watch them while touching the … Continue reading

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Learning Curve

Last January one of my daughters shepherded me through the relatively minor technical work needed to begin this blog, giving me a nicely calendared progression of posts upon which to reflect. Recently I found on my husband’s computer the 500 … Continue reading

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A Broken Link

I went back in time, through many dozens of posts, after being alerted that one of a post’s links no longer worked.  In repairing the link by finding another iteration of the same late-in-life Kurt Vonnegut interview, I could not … Continue reading

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Fever’s Edge

A few nights ago I was running a respectable fever and was utterly miserable.  The plates of my skull seemed to shift; fireworks went off behind my eyes; the supply of tissues was exhausted long before my sneezing fits ebbed. … Continue reading

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