Monthly Archives: December 2016

Slowing Down

Approaching my 8th decade, I have noticed that the ocean of life seems to have become calmer. Not only must I move more slowly over relatively easy terrain, I seem to process incoming information more sluggishly. More subtly, my emotional … Continue reading

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Ajar: A poem

 My husband,may he rest in piece, was a sometime poet.  Below is one of his works.  Enjoy. Ajar Pulled tight by taut opposites each respectable in equally repellent paradigms leaving blurred exactitudes to digest.   Knowing each other pushes the … Continue reading

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A Drama in Two Acts

Into every life a little drama must fall. For the last few days, I’ve had a house -guest, a friend whom I’ve seen once in eight years. In addition to rearranging a bit of furniture and doing a bit of … Continue reading

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Christmas Shopping

For the first time ever, invited by a friend to go Christmas shopping in New York City, I indulged in viewing the spectacle of department store windows dressed in fantasy-like splendor to lure shoppers into their doors where hopefully, they … Continue reading

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Sharing Homework

    Just finishing auditing an intermediate Spanish course.  Thought that I’d share a composition that I wrote for class. There will be a few errors.  If you are really curious, you can Goggle “Translator”. La Universidad de Rutgers es … Continue reading

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