Monthly Archives: January 2016

It’s Five O’Clock

Yes, I took advantage of the snow, the 2 feet of snow, to do a little writing. The first piece I wrote about was a Nor ‘Easter that nearly killed good friends on Mums and how they came to stay … Continue reading

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Let it Snow…

Snow, snow, snow… To some the fluffy white stuff means shoveling and inconvenience. To me, snow means time to write. So I’ve been getting amped up like a school kid since last night when the snow predictions began rolling in. … Continue reading

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Pennies from Heaven

Pennies: some shiny and new, others old and grimy. Mum was rather superstitious. If a black cat crossed our path, we had to turn around and find another route, and if one was not available, Mum worried about it for … Continue reading

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Balance

Okay, I have to admit it…I’m in a bit of a writing funk. I am suffering from internal conflict. I want to ensure that I portray my mother as the loving, funny, talented, intelligent, quick-witted person she was, while also … Continue reading

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Happy New Year – Who is This Mystery Baby?

I just returned from seeing “Spotlight.” It was very well done – I expect there will be some big awards. I was most impressed with the portrayal of the investigative journalism. It got me to thinking about the mystery baby, … Continue reading

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