Monthly Archives: September 2011

Couldn’t Have Said It Better

Punctuation – It Shouldn’t Be Random

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One to See the Other

I expect the annual autumn ritual. The shift in late August air. I smell of fall trying to sneak behind my back. I ignore it. I know summer’s best has yet to show. Their tug of war begins. But it’s … Continue reading

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This Sunday, And Every Other One, Too

I was awake at 5:30AM, lying in bed with the hubs, listening to the radio. Morning news, overnight events. Waking up with KGO San Francisco. Ed Baxter reported a commercial passenger plane had crashed into one of the World Trade … Continue reading

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