Monthly Archives: March 2017

SFF Net and grief

Among the losses that I am mourning is the closure of SFF Net, of which I had been a member since 1997, I think. Believe I didn’t get a newsgroup until the next year.  Yesterday I had my first in-person … Continue reading

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Outside, again

The temperature is high enough, again, to sit outside in the gazebo (out of the sun) and read the news, watch the dogs play and listen to my husband’s latest wood-working project in progress. I don’t often use this small … Continue reading

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WeekendCoffeeShare | 26 March ’17

Monday is so far in the past, I hardly remember it, now. Welcome! Thank you for dropping by for coffee, this week. There is Toddy coffee, hot or cold, made with water, milk, or both. Many kinds of cheese for … Continue reading

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And so forth

standing at the door to the beginning, hand raised… still, the second thoughts I have stayed up too late, tonight, deciding which poems, written during the past three years, I want to share on these pages. I also wonder about … Continue reading

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Starting Out

This year…these past six months have been among the most difficult of my life, taking into account life changes. Both of my parents died, ages 94 and 100. The family home is being sold, although to one of my brothers, … Continue reading

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