Tag Archives: memories

Rain and the Radio

What is it about a rainy day in autumn that resurrects sad memories in a pretty way? Is it the dull, brooding mirror of the pavement? Or the resolute fall flowers on the curb, standing up to the wind and … Continue reading

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A House, Some Lives, Some Things…and Trying to Make Sense of it All

A month of so ago, I wrote a post about getting ready for a yard sale to help clean out my mom’s house. She’s selling the house in which my brothers and I grew up and moving to a condo. … Continue reading

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From Lawrence

Not long ago, I was talking to a group of people, one of whom was a comic who said he likes to begin his standup routine by telling the audience he lives in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He noted that people almost … Continue reading

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#MusicTuesday: Vanessa de Largie on Staying Connected to her Late Parents Through Music

Is it Tuesday again? This week has really flown by! Today, I’m happy to welcome Australian author and actress Vanessa de Largie to my blog. This is a poignant post that I think many readers will relate to. Thank you, … Continue reading

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Interview with Author February Grace

MR: Today, I’m very excited to have the lovely and talented February Grace as a guest on my blog. February, would you tell my readers a bit about yourself? FG: Hi! I’m February Grace, a writer, artist, poet, stargazer, and … Continue reading

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