Monthly Archives: September 2015

Eternal Gold

After buzzing around on errands all day, I pause for a moment to watch the honeybees at the hive. Bees in autumn are a nervous bunch. Do they know the snow will fly soon? Summer’s floral bounty long past, there … Continue reading

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Whispers Behind the Blue Door

When my husband’s grandmother who lived next door passed away at the age of 94 last year, she left her house and behind it, her library. I’ve been helping to sort through the library. From the outside it resembles the … Continue reading

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Away to a Stranger

It is 5:30am on the Saturday¬† before Labor Day. I stand in the doorway in my pajamas and the chill of the morning and look out on all the stuff, my heart swelling a bit. Illuminated only by the orange … Continue reading

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Fries and Catch Up

I didn’t start talking until I was sixteen. Ok, that’s not completely true, but I was painfully shy. As a child, my sister who is five years younger than I would march up to the counter at McDonald’s to ask … Continue reading

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