Monthly Archives: April 2023

Why I Love Calling a Community Dance

Like every other elementary school student who grew up in the 1960s I first learned of square dancing in Phys Ed. I rather liked dancing with some of the boys but I understand if their memories of dancing with me … Continue reading

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Too Many Choices

written November 2022; update will follow So, it turns out that when you leave a job and end a career, you have a lot more decisions to make about how to spend time! And it turns out I am the … Continue reading

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The ebbing tide has drained the ocean floor, a flat expanse of glistening, naked sand; its sheen reflects a sullen overcast, the white above, a silver film beneath. The summer boarding houses past the dunes have porches facing east, and … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Sea from Wells Beach, Maine

The sea moves endlessly in faceted planes that swell and fall. She reflects light and we reflect upon her. Continue reading

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A Big Ol’ Texas Palm Sunday

Children’s message for April 2, 2023 Imagine the State of Texas gets so big and powerful that it conquers Vermont and sets up an occupation. Texans flock up to pretty little Vermont and build big houses and hire Vermonters to … Continue reading

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What Next?!

I’m retired! Graduated all six offspring–not only from homeschool but college, too. Wrapped up five years of teaching Music at a small Christian school. I work a little for my husband’s business (a morning a week), exercise a bit, clean … Continue reading

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