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COVID OR N0: READING, PART 1, NEWSPAPERS

It’s a little exciting. Two of you asked what I have been reading during COVID.  Among my faithful readers, two requesters is Legion.  So this is a little exciting.  But let’s face it: COVID or not, I read a lot. … Continue reading

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HELLO, FROM ….

Hello from Seattle!  Yes, three weeks into my latest adventure, I am happily west coastal and loving my digs. Though nothing can replace Roseledge on the harbor of my summers,  I am still near water, busy monitoring boats as they … Continue reading

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SNOWY DAY JOY FOR READERLY FOLKS

Feeling sorry for yourself in the snow and ice and cold? You think you’re cooped-up and alone, with no one to talk to? Think again, readers.  Talk to the newspaper, reader to reader.  Then, bring in old friends.  This could … Continue reading

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TENANTS HARBOR SUMMER: A TALLY

We’ve had the annual “Tenants Harbor Porch Event” with whatever tasties the Produce Lady has on hand, which this year were cherry tomatoes, pickling-cucumber slices with cracked pepper, skunk (white cheddar) cheese, tuna salad, herb popcorn, and brownies.  Charlie found … Continue reading

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MULLING 7: THE SCHEME OF THINGS

Such riches for mulling, it’s hard to know where to begin. President Obama’s team has started to think about his presidential library and the documenting of his life.   This is exciting, but oh my!  How one hopes the team … Continue reading

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MORNING COFFEE 2

Noteworthy newspaper clippings and citings are piling up. I hope your cup of coffee is as ready as mine. ***** Tweets now have their own “official” footnote citation format, thanks to the Modern Language Association (MLA) and the American Psychological … Continue reading

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CHOOSING BOOKS

Some of you wonder if I choose the books for Roseledge Books which would be okay if, when I say that I do, some of you didn’t have the same look of incredulity that the car rental guy had when, … Continue reading

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ODDS AND ENDS, OR MAYBE JUST ODDS

Time to pack for Maine and clear the desk of clippings. The following weathered the several-month resting test for continued interest. CONNECTIONS Degrees of separation have dropped from 6 (remember Kevin Bacon?)to 4.74 which may — or may not — … Continue reading

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CATCHING UP

My sister died last month, two weeks to the day after she went to the ER with a stomach ache. Call the cause complications of surgery or infection, both of which it was, her death was also surprising and, now, … Continue reading

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A LONG TIME, I KNOW

Well, whew! I almost didn’t find the perfect Christmas gift book for Charlie, but then I did. Close, though. Thank you Dwight Garner (NYT 12/22/10) for reviewing Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout by Lauren … Continue reading

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