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October the Colorful Month!

The Nor’easter washed most of the colorful leaves off the trees. They mat on the sidewalk and street ready to catch any wind when they dry off. We are steaming towards the darkest time of the year and the best … Continue reading

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September is inching home.

September cannot decide whether it wants to be cool or warm. I’ll take warm – all the days that can be warm should be warm. How am I going to make it through winter? The writing will help. A poem … Continue reading

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August the month that arrived too early

I’ve looked back at my posts and see that I’m missing more and more months of writing in this spot. I’ll blame my husband’s retirement. He’s pulled me in a web of different directions and I’m scrambling to keep up. … Continue reading

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OH NO! It’s July – what happened to June?

Books were read like the Book of Knowing and Worth by Paul Selig, the Indian Givers by Jack Weatherford and The Making of a Poet leading up to my second semester at Goddard College in Vermont. Workshops of and about … Continue reading

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May — a sigh of sunshine

The sun is my magic pill. If it shines I feel like I’m young again, but without its rays I ache from toe to head. Today I can skip on the dandelioned grass and walk five miles. This is truly … Continue reading

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April Already

Today the snow seeps back into the ground – a lovely situation. I saw the first two white crocus. They coordinate with the leftover lawn snow. Some years I see purple crocus in February, not this year – too cold. … Continue reading

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2014, what happened to the last three months?

Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s – all flew by without a hello from me. My head was down and I was neck-deep in living—loving family— playing with granddaughters—writing and being accepted in a creative writing program—cooking—cleaning—etc—etc. I’m still here working on … Continue reading

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October – the most colorful month in New England

Hello dear readers, Where ever I walk or drive these days gives me a smile. The trees are giving me their last show of the year before becoming dormant for the winter. When I was a school girl I loved … Continue reading

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September 19, 2013

I didn’t take notes from Biddeford, South Berwick,  Ogunquit,  Portland, Waterville, or York  – all great Maine day trips I enjoyed this summer but I cannot help recall the Portland and the Colby Art Museums always offering something new and … Continue reading

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Last Day of June—What happened to May?

Poetry, of course beginning with the Mass. Poetry Festival. I had the opportunity to talk about the Louse Bogan Poets and took full advantage at Sophia’s, a lovely little gift shop in Salem Mass. The audience was pleased to hear … Continue reading

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