Monthly Archives: November 2016

The miracle of couch cushions… and crinkle balls…

I confess to having been too aghast, angry and depressed to write in recent weeks, since the implosion of a dream for the first female president and the election of someone who instead champions dispassion and devolution. What will happen … Continue reading

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“Seeing how the other half lives”

That’s an old expression my parents used when referring to how people leave their mundane lives in order┬áto check out how the wealthy live, presumably without the weight of responsibility for squeezing out a living. (In today’s culture, of course … Continue reading

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