Tag Archives: Writer’s Circle

The Art of Conversation at the Thanksgiving Table

Classical Conversations just republished an article of mine on Throwback Thursday, that widely popular gift to harried editors.  They get a reprieve from chasing down temperamental writers one day a week, and good articles get another airing. A few years … Continue reading

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Obamacare’s Unintended Good

Well, the Affordable Care Act has finally convinced us to work within a budget!  If we are going to be able to afford health insurance in a few years (we certainly can’t now), we need to figure out how to … Continue reading

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Man in the Moon, God in the Sun

I write once a month for the Classical Conversations blog, and that exercise just about uses up all my free writing time!  Today’s post here is a link to my post there. https://www.classicalconversations.com/easyblog/man-in-the-moon-god-in-the-sun George Herbert’s poem “The Church-porch” got me … Continue reading

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Pondering the Nature of the Soul

The voice begins at unexpected intervals. Yesterday it interrupted my driving. “You’re not that good, really. You can pretend to be a tutor, but you know you’re faking. And what about your housekeeping? Or canning? The beans are rotting in … Continue reading

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