Monthly Archives: August 2020

An intimate Outdoor Reading

POETRY READING Sept 1, Tuesday, one pm. from my new chapbook, Look Behind You Outdoors at the Warwick Community School Sponsered by the Warwick Women’s Guild. The audience will bring their own chairs and wear facemarks, and be spread safely … Continue reading

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Preparing Food is Like a Prayer

Preparing food for people is like a prayer. I like to enter into it as I would  a meditation, open mind, relaxed, and alert.I might follow a recipe, or punt with what I have on hand. We nurture someone’s physical … Continue reading

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Cape Cod & Clams

  For many New Englanders, Cape Cod means summer time and memories of years gone by. From the hidden cove beaches in Falmouth down to Cape Cod National Seashore, there are many unique beaches. From sandy beach bluffs in Provincetown, … Continue reading

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Blueberries & Nan

I’ve recently found several old photographs of my first visits to Glen Echo Lake,  picking berries and swimming.  This is the likely the first time I picked berries for my breakfast. Berries are a theme, like strung pearls, that link … Continue reading

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From the Past This is a review of my first Chapbook, on utube.  Stay cool!   Elaine  

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Oldcastle Ireland

  Loughcdrew is in OldCastle,  less than an hours drive from Dublin, it’s a powerful place to visit for a day, or half a day. Loughcrew Passage Broken passage tombs, scattered relics beneath. Old bones and altars still hold … Continue reading

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