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Usual, Ordinary Beauty

Life is filled with ordinary beauty.  The soft gray of a female cardinal swaying on a wind-rustled lilac bush. A silver moon veiled by clouds ragged and thin as midnight prayers. Nature offers these gifts freely. Love carries its own … Continue reading

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War and Dementia

My husband is an old warrior.  A Marine. A boots-on-the-ground grunt who served in Vietnam, though who the hell it was he served over there in that hot, green jungle, I can’t tell you. But, I can sure tell you … Continue reading

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