holidays
Turning the Page
On January 5, 2019 | 2 Comments

Everett came into the kitchen yesterday and said, “I’m sad Christmas is over.” And it is. Suddenly. Our tree is still up, some decorations still out, but Everett is right. Everyone is back to work or school, and yesterday my parents went on their way. So now–for real and for true–we seemed to have turned […]

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Something Old for the New Year
On January 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

Hi Friends! and Happy 2019! While it is already January 3rd, we are not quite through the holidays at our house: my parents are still with us, and so I refuse to return to normal life. But I thought I’d throw a little something out on this here website of mine, something that reflects where […]

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Contingencies
On November 28, 2017 | 2 Comments

Lately I am thinking of contingency. Standing in her office, my editor reminded me that writing is a job just as ditch-digging is. The ditch must be dug. Must not also the writing be written? She is right, of course. The ditch-digger goes to work and digs her ditch; so must the writer go to […]

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Carry-On
On July 20, 2016 | 1 Comments

I feel as if I’ve done a lot of traveling lately. It’s that time of year, right? Summer vacation. We’re gone, we’re here, we’re gone again. Definitely not complaining. I love to travel. But lately it’s got me thinking about how I pack. Like most people (everyone?), I’m guessing I have the normal categories: clothes, […]

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New York City Christmas
On January 5, 2007 | 0 Comments

Rockefeller Center, last Wednesday night. That’s Bill’s mom on the left, and mine on the right. My dad took the picture. Hard to believe it was only a week ago. Please follow and like us:0

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Some of the Reasons I Love It There
On January 2, 2007 | 2 Comments

Just some of the reasons. Please follow and like us:0

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