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Ronnie, is it really you?

“Ronnie,  is it really you?” “Yes, Mom, it’s me.” I took her soft hand, skin smoothly worn but still intact through decades of household toil. We were on her couch in the living room. The sun filtered warmly through the … Continue reading

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Thinking about Memories

26 April 2009 I thought of my father as Eva and I walked along the wooded path beside the lake. He’s dead nine years now, but he and his stories, his life story, are still with me. He seemed to … Continue reading

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The Most Important Energy in the Universe

It will seem odd, to some who read this, that I consider it indulgent to speak of my emotions. It is the way I am constituted. I consider expressing my deep emotions to be an intrusion upon, or a potential … Continue reading

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