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August Fifteenth NYC

The City soggy with joy hailed my return by halting everyone at JFK   Better than a ticker-tape parade I got a two hour wash-and-wait on the tarmac a hundred feet short of Gate 8   Then, I got The … Continue reading

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Eight Good Reasons for Not Writing

4. It’s more fulfilling to skip the writing and go straight to ‘having written’. Continue reading

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Neighbors

July Fourth marks the 70th anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s famous ballpark farewell. I wrote this a few years back when our neighbor AnnaBeth was dying of ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). Neighbors For decades, it was that shade of institutional green … Continue reading

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