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Rites of Spring

Finally, a full day of spring descended upon my reality that’s been fraught with seemingly endless problems, often of my own creation. The above picture isn’t even from this weekend, but the one two before when the sun shone but I had been sleeping on the couch and was exhausted thanks to the Flood and [...]

The Ides of March

Marc Antony in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar: Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears. I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him; The evil that men do lives after them, The good is oft interred with their bones, So let it be with Caesar … The noble Brutus Hath told you Caesar was ambitious: If [...]

Spring Cleaning List

What I did this weekend: Hung art in the bathroom. Cleaned the bathroom in its entirety. Changed out the makeup and cleaned the cart. Cleaned the oven. Changed the bed linen to the spring collection and washed and stored the fall linen. Vacuumed thoroughly. Cleaned beneath the steps and changed the storage situation of the [...]

What I Want For My Birthday

I’d love to come home and stick the iPod somewhere that would recharge it and yet keep the tunes playing. It would be nice to have a James Bondian setup with a little slot in the wall and everything else built in. But I’d settle for a Bose system and the new outlet to house [...]

The Lion, the Witch, and the Flood

March is said to come in like a lion. What the saying refers to is the changeable weather as winter loosens its grip on the land and green shoots begin to appear in spite of continued frosts, rain, and wind. This year, March has started with some instantly spring weather but it knocked me over [...]

Someone’s Already Said All the Good Stuff


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