Monthly Archives: March 2012

Zed and Mousse

It’s been a lovely week.  The weather has been astounding with redbud and dogwood popping out overnight in the warmth and humidity that has more in common with early June than March. My brother, Zed, is visiting from Vermont.  It’s … Continue reading

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Seeking Balance

 I was feeling blocked, unable to unplug the movie I’d been screening in my head.  Writing a memoir is difficult work, especially since I’ve spent most of my time for the last month reliving parts of my life that were … Continue reading

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Taking A Time Out

I love the quote that Tiferet Journal posted on Facebook today: “Stop the words now. Open the window in the center of your chest & let the spirits fly in & out. “ I’m taking this to heart.  I’ve hit … Continue reading

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Trusting Love

“I was lying in bed one day, thinking about my death, wondering if I’d be conscious enough to talk to my children, what I’d like to leave to them; famous last words as it were. The key word is trust. … Continue reading

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Lunch At Marco & Luca’s

With only time for a quick lunch between appointments yesterday, I decided to treat myself to the best fried dumplings in town at Marco & Luca’s on the Downtown Mall.  Six to-die-for dumplings in a luscious soy sauce/concoction for three … Continue reading

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