Monthly Archives: August 2022

Summer’s End

  What do you think of when you think of summer? Here summer is the warm months, school is on vacation, and days are long. For us kids growing up near Boston, it meant playing out in the streets all … Continue reading

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Maine in Summer

Finally, once again I’ve visited Maine. We drove from Kittery in the south to Monhegan, Stonington and Eastport. All the way up it was easy to follow safe Covid protocols, and we stopped to eat lobster and steamed clams here … Continue reading

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August and Cape Cod

The searing heat of the past week is gone. I don’t think it’s ever been 100 degrees F/137 C here before, and I hope it doesn’t happen again soon! Nonetheless, August brings me memories of Cape Cod, walking a mile … Continue reading

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Summer Bounty

Canning Jars I had need of the old jars this morning                                                           … Continue reading

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Water & Breath Meditation

Moss Brook Meditation I wanted to remember Jenny sitting on the large rock, midstream, reading a book, lost to the world as Moss Brook rushed by. I’ve learned to meditate now, one breath at a time, to notice  my ribs … Continue reading

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