Archives for September 2017

Anxious Beauty

General/Column September 18, 2017

I am squeezing a throw pillow while our car plods over a variegated path, etched to avoid the kind of…

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Unexpected Treasure

General/Column September 18, 2017

At the edge of my backyard is a wooded area, home to nocturnal coyotes, unsuspecting turkeys, and a raccoon, fat…

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Stepping Stones

General/Column September 18, 2017

At two and half years old, my daughter takes her time at everything, which is not ideal when her 2…

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Forget-Me-Not

General/Column September 15, 2017

After brunch, muffins abandoned on the table of the rental house, we spill into the back yard. The lawn slopes…

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