Monthly Archives: October 2016

Day of the Dead

Perhaps the title of this blog should read ‘Day of the Dead Deer.’ Our dog was anxious last night. He wanted in; he wanted out; he wanted in again. Hunting season is here, and the deer (who in the world ever came up with … Continue reading

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Funeral Plans

The writing prompt was straight forward: we had ten minutes to list the things we would put in a time capsule. And then, Bar Scott, the workshop leader, asked us if we were filling our time capsule with personal mementos, … Continue reading

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Sexual Misconduct

As the 2016 presidential election approaches and becomes increasingly rude, loud, abrasive, sexist, xenophobic, alarmist, bullish, uncivil, and threatening, I find myself backing off: I’m not good at conflict. I think most Americans understand the split within the Republican party. … Continue reading

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Sublimating Angst

Retreat is where I’m at. Yes, I know that if I were a soldier, I could be shot for refusing to come out of the trench, but at this point, we in the States are just in a war of words. … Continue reading

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