Monthly Archives: July 2019

A LOT OF LITTLE THINGS

Am I the only one who has noticed how many hit and runs there are lately, as reported on the news?  Whether it is local news or city news, or national news, the morning bulletins always seem to include a … Continue reading

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THE MORNING WALK

Once upon a time my friend, J, tried to get me to love long solitary walks.   I refused, agreeing with Max Beerbohm, the early 20thcentury writer who claimed taking a walk made one a dullard, and was to be avoided … Continue reading

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THREESCORE AND TEN

I had two conversations recently with two different people, about loved ones dying.  One has a relative in her nineties, who is experiencing the kind of breakdowns in health that are expected of a person in her nineties. So she … Continue reading

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INSIDE A CULTURAL CAGE

I am not an authority and I am not a pundit, but I am a voter and here’s what I am thinking: During the first Democratic debate Kamala Harris called out Joe Biden.  She was eloquent in personalizing what bussing … Continue reading

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DREAMS, HOPES, WISHES, GOALS

Dreams are both the most powerful and most passive of these. You could say they are the garbage disposal of the mind, grinding up the stuff we can’t or don’t want to think about when we are awake.  Dreams are … Continue reading

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