Tag Archives: Relationships

Less than a Month! Looking back…and going Home.

Less than a month between posts, that is. The looking back part is because I just saw a photo blog focused on the seventies.  I had two reactions as I looked at.  The first was that people who are young … Continue reading

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A Meditation on Autumn

Some people like Spring. I think Spring is OK—bare trees burst into green, lining fields and streets (if you’re fortunate enough to live in a city with trees, that is).  And of course, Spring is the traditional dating/mating and/or birth … Continue reading

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Places I’ll Remember

Yeah.  That one. I’ve been getting the house ready for family to visit, and part of that included finding and putting away all the tools I’ve got lying around from fixing this, that, or the other thing.  So.  As I … Continue reading

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Tragedy Strikes the Rutherford Atom

Sometimes, a memory will hit you and then all sorts of things shake out. First. I recently stopped using Facebook. Except to read Bloom County 2015 (now 2016). I just got overloaded with all of the politics. So. But I … Continue reading

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Spoon River Anthology

The other day, on my way somewhere by car, I heard an NPR article on  Spoon River Anthology, a collection of poems first published in 1915 by Edgar Lee Masters.  Not mentioned by NPR was that for some years, Masters, … Continue reading

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Intersections

Now the things that I remember seem so distant and so small Though it hasn’t really been that long a time What I was seeing wasn’t what was happening at all Although for a while, our path did seem to … Continue reading

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True Love!

Probably one of the best known scenes in The Princess Bride begins with the line “Mawage. Mawage is wot bwings us togeder tooday.” Twenty-seven years ago this month, my spouse and I were married in Bond Chapel at the University … Continue reading

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