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Ruminations

You’ll have to bear with me here.  On Memorial Day, I crushed 3 fingers in a wood splitter, causing a rushed trip to the ER.  2 nail bed repairs, 2 pins, lots of stitches later, I’m on the mend.  Except that I can’t do the one thing I need to do, and that’s type!  Well, […]

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I Want

“I want to give myself utterly as this maple that burned and burned for three days without stinting and then in two more dropped off every leaf…” excerpt from Jane Hirshfield’s “Lake and Maple” “I want to know if you belong or feel abandoned. If you know despair or can see it in others. I […]

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