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FACT-CHECKING

Richard III (1452-1485) is alive again in the public mind! This is no small feat for someone dead these 500+ years.  The newsworthy note is that Richard III’s bones have probably been found which means that two questions about him … Continue reading

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REPLIES

As many of you know, I don’t respond to emails mostly because your comments deserve sharing, but also because typing with one short-fingered hand and weakened abs is not the good time I want to have. So that is my … Continue reading

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FICTION LIES? I DON’T THINK SO.

Did you hear or read about the Russian cargo ship that recently went missing for two weeks? The BBC noted the event a number of times, speculated that the ship may have managed some down time to deliver arms to … Continue reading

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FIRST THINGS FIRST, PART 2

Rain and more rain. The good about yet another wet day is that this book order WILL get done as long as the raindrops fall stirringly on my (uninsulated) rooftop. So, carrying on, the list continues. Cooney, Barbara.  Miss Rumphius … 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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LIVE FROM TENANTS HARBOR, 1

I made it and all is perfect.  Okay, with a glitch or two, but Scott’s rubbery legs have recovered after pulling my 350 pound wheelchair, immobile with a “brake error”, and me, and I am not a feather, up the … Continue reading

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SNOWY DAYS, CONTINUING

Snow here today; snow there tomorrow. Curses. And time for more bookish suggestions from and for snowy day frolickers. BE A BOOK VOYEUR: LOOK AT WHAT OTHERS ARE READING Checking out what others are reading is always fun, but it’s … Continue reading

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THE GOOD LIFE IN TENANTS HARBOR

Sea Street is mostly shady until ten o’clock in the morning.  After that, not so much.  The hill gets longer and surely steeper, and the post office and General Store no longer call as loudly.  Locals know this and walk … Continue reading

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