Monthly Archives: June 2013

G Forces

Mom is eighty-four.  She drives and gardens and does watercolor and has just recently taken up acrylics.  She’s a force of nature.  But, when you grow up with a force of nature, you take that power for granted.  Yesterday I … Continue reading

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The Power of a Lie

  Dad taught me to create fiction, to tell a lie in order to reveal a deeper truth.  At the time, his method seemed less a blessing, more a curse.  No matter.  He taught me well. Or, as my niece … Continue reading

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Black Salve and Jerking Knees

  The NaBloPoMo blog question I’m going to look at today is: How much does your culture come into play in your day-to-day life? Well, first off, take a good look at the picture of me at the top of … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name?

Several friends are participating in NaBloPoMo.  A commitment of a blog post each day of the month.  No.  I am NOT doing this.  Not again.  The theme of the blog challenge is genealogy and I have always said that no … Continue reading

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