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COVID 5: DAY BRIGHTENERS

It’s a dark, very dark day…  Charlie says the apocalypse is upon us; the viral and wildfire smokey particulates are winning.  Disaster Trump  lurks.  And wonderful RBG dies.  I call it the big unpleasantness, because I am his mother.       … Continue reading

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COVID 19 NOTES 4, MORE DAY BRIGHTENERS

We were quarantined again.  Fortunately, Day Brighteners were not.  These are some of my favorites. Forever lattes!  Charlie has a new phone which means that, with the Starbucks’ mobile app he can now upload, he can always pick-up lattes, even … Continue reading

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COVID19 NOTES 2, PLUS

AVOIDING THE VIRAL CONTAGION LIFESTYLE NOTES:  We of the poetry group met  monthly to have fun with  favorite poems.  My choices always seemed to be better with a change or two.  For instance, Emily Dickinson’s poem “To Make a Prairie” … Continue reading

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COVID19 NOTES 1, PLUS

We are one with “social distancing” and “shelter in place”, with boxed meals set outside the door, Charlie’s workshop masks at the ready, and my 2′ poker still good for pushing buttons and  better than anything else for keeping people … Continue reading

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MORE THINGS TO THINK ABOUT

Information comes and goes. The how of it? Nobody knows. I care. This is not a post for everyone, maybe not for anyone, but the post is true to its title.  I have been thinking, again, about the flow of … Continue reading

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GOOD INFORMATION IS TOO LITTLE WITH US, PART TWO

What sources of information do the muddlers trust? It used to be that the checks and balances of scientific research, news media, conventional publishing, even government documents were well in place, understood, and able to be challenged or balanced as … Continue reading

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REAL READERS, ARISE

Rosleedge Books’ world looks promising. Trumpdom’s not so much. Worry, worry. Think of rebutting things, uplifting things, Things that go “YES!” in the night. I can’t decide if, to a reader, living and reading are an interaction, symbiosis, or mind-meld, … Continue reading

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HIGH SUMMERs

High Summer 2016 is there which is a very good thing and Roseledge Books is hopping — okay, on Thursdays. Scott called yesterday to say that four people — almost a crowd — were there at once taking full advantage … Continue reading

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AHA! IRISH IN EARLY ICELAND. AND NEWFOUNDLAND, TOO?

I have always known the Irish beat the Vikings to North America, but convincing the doubters has been tricky. My most reputable evidence is that Tim Severin had a replica of a Medieval leather boat built and sailed it across … Continue reading

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BACK IN THE SADDLE

Finally, my malevolent body is better and this most dreadful summer of my discontent is over.  So it’s into fall, repeating forever mea culpa, and moving  onto whatever is next.  I hope you’ll be with me because talking to myself … Continue reading

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