Monthly Archives: August 2011

Autumn Chill

Mid-July. Front of the home goods store poised for college retail. Bed-in-a-Bag. Towels. Desk organizers. Laundry sacks. Plastic baskets for bath items. Piled high. Waiting for moms and soon to be dorm residents to file by. In full acquisition mode. … Continue reading

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Summers Time

Yesterday would have been the 79th birthday of my dear friend, Sue. I met her when I was 23 years old. She was 43 with kids my age and younger. Six of them. This past weekend those kids created a family … Continue reading

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Irene

I first met Irene 20+ years ago. It goes like this… Sis is Bestie’s younger. Sis is married. Her husband is my friend, too. The girls and the guys, we’re all close pals. We work and play together.  At a family … Continue reading

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