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Personality Plus

  Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is an impossibly charming city, packed with colonial and Victorian homes.  Many downtown buildings are brick, with gleaming hunter green or black wooden shutters and doors.  Others are fronted with wood clapboards.  Painted a few shades … Continue reading

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Don’t Step on the Saints!

I have always been afraid of stepping on saints . . . .but more about that later. If there is one thing about the merry side of Christmas that will forever be intertwined with my husband Jim, it is the … Continue reading

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Whispers from the Wings

In a recent post I contemplated Frederick Buechner’s definition of compassion in Wishful Thinking. A cousin’s comment on that post has had me thinking about another essay in the same book, concerning what we take to be coincidental: “I believe that … Continue reading

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Deep Greens and Blues

In addition to seeing full-blown bursts of fire; during our recent travels my children noticed ephemeral wonders of nature. As we sat awaiting takeoff from Osaka, my pyrokinetic son looked out the window and saw an unusual, pastel rainbow, wide … Continue reading

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