Tag Archives: aging

Time shift

I found a pack of letters written before we were married, more than a half-century ago. Ya gotta laff. Continue reading

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Dad was a Drunk

Perspective on a youth spent under the tyranny of a drunk. Continue reading

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Trident

NaPoWriMo 20: A remnant of times past weaves into legend. Continue reading

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Ripple

NaPoWriMo 19: Retirement is not what you might expect; finally, after thirty years of marriage, you get what you once would have given your soul for: to live alone with your spouse. Continue reading

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Meditation on a Row of Pines

NaPoWriMo 8: Photography has its demands: I’m not ready for my closeup, Mr. DeMille. Continue reading

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Tasks

NaPoWriMo 4: Things remembered from a chair. Continue reading

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Sculpture

NaPoWriMo 3: how we shape our lives and selves together. Continue reading

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