Tag Archives: seasons

Now Face West

This is the tenth Father’s Day that has dawned for my children without their father here with them.  This year, they all are also separated from each other, occupying different spaces on two continents. Seven years have passed since we … Continue reading

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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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Convergent Evolution

Convergence tends to catch my eye. In Boston’s naval shipyard, hundreds of years in seafaring technology are welded by sunset into a single silhouette. Bright leaves and buds mark the common ground where seasons intersect.  Land, sea and sky unite … Continue reading

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Autumn’s Cathedral

“What’s she doing, mommy?” The little boy nudges his mother, who is navigating a grassy park.  The rubber wheels of the stroller she pushes whoosh through leaves leached into shades of mustard and tan. The boy peeks around his mother … Continue reading

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