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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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The Lime-Tree Bower

For one Christmas soon after we moved to my husband Jim’s ideal home, over the course of many weeks I painted for him a large bowl.  On the underside is a deep green-blue sea filled with cetaceans (I would not … Continue reading

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A Dusting of Fenway

Being atop the Green Monster has many highlights.  One, my brother and husband were assured, was that if one gets to the park in time for batting practice, he is certain to catch flies.  BYOG. Jim brought his glove, the … Continue reading

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“Sunlight, quiet and vast and clean”

A quick post to show you one of my daughter Suzannah’s award-winning photographs.  Photography is a passion Jim developed at about her age, and something he taught her about.  They looked together at photography catalogues–cameras, tripods, lenses and  gadgets–the way … Continue reading

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