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  • she was an artist

    you were an artist, a musician, a magnet to every motherless kitten. “there were two little kittens with eyes of blue, one was named Twinkle and one was named Boo” you lived in a world of your own. your hair was brown and your eyes were green. “day by day” “abide with me” you played…

  • a N A L o G

    a N A L o G

      whenever i think of a film camera, i think of it in terms of being “analog”. so, i looked up the word analog to see if i was using the word incorrectly and in the strictess of terms, i don’t think i’m am. typically, used to describe a clock or watch with moving parts…

  • balloons

    balloons

      you know how hospitals have this long tradition of taking a patient being released from the hospital to their car at the curb side in a wheel chair ? i had occasion to walk through the area where those staff members leave the wheel chair after the patient leaves and saw these balloons still…

  • it's heaven

    it’s heaven

      10:00 AM and I felt like I’d already done a day’s work straitening up the house, feeding and dressing two toddlers; Johnny 4 and Carrie 3, but finally we were on the road heading into town to take care of Monday morning errands. The air was brisk, but the unexpected sunshine made it feel warmer…

  • basics

    b A s i c

      As a child, I always requested “Cabbage and Meatballs” for my birthday dinner. It was one of the staple dishes my mother made. She learned to make the dish from my dad’s mother who was German by lineage. My grandmother’s grandparents immigrated to America from Germany and her father and mother were both of…

  • old flowers, old film, old money

    old flowers, old film, old money

      As a person who has lived in many towns, in many states; always in the public eye, I’ve had to devise a plan for quick simulation. One of the tools I’ve made use of in this process is a city’s oldest cemetery. I have found a correlation between the surnames on the grandest monuments…

  • in the 60's

    in tHe 60’s

      in the early 60’s, i recall standing in the bathroom watching my dad shave. after he finished, he opened the mirrored medicine cabinet on the wall which was way too high for me to have ever seen inside, dropped something, and i heard it fall to the floor. after examining the floor and seeing…