Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Visit From Nancy

Nancy has ben staying with me a few days helping to put in the vegetable garden. She accomplished the task I had set earlier in spring, the job of digging a deep and possibly fungus proof hole for the two … Continue reading

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Highs and Lows

Season to season, day to day, even sometimes hour to hour the garden can reach a new high, and depending on the weather, it can sink just as fast. And I haven’t got a camera. When Nancy and I went … Continue reading

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Red Chair – Sidney Sketches by Lillie Anderson

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various views of time

When Harry was teaching at a highschool in San Jose many years ago, he had a colleague who found it fun to scare his students with this sign on his desk, Time Passes; Will You? It scared me, too, and … Continue reading

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I Guess We Aren’t Such Big Shots After All

Yesterday the track meet was cancelled and today girl’s soft ball was washed out, not what you could call tragedies in today’s nervously expectant atmosphere, but at the very least a kind of pictogram describing the state of our climate … Continue reading

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A Disappointment

If it weren’t for Teddy, I would feel pretty much down in the dumps. I’m tired of Unamille, as who wouldn’t be, after having offered a little fun to the world and what do I get back but a lot … Continue reading

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Trees and Woods

It’s true I have a taste for abstractions and this morning as I try to admire the scene out of my back window the subject of climate change nags and fusses to be noticed. Our back garden was, and continues … Continue reading

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