Monthly Archives: February 2016

Sickle-shaped moon reflects on Berlin

Our first night in Berlin for some much needed alone time as a couple¬†after 90 days in the UK with our kids — needed it so bad, we considered Iceland — after a couple drinks in a burger bar reliving … Continue reading

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Siddhartha, the waiting room, ‘nowness’

The waiting room in the colon treatment center the morning after Fat Tuesday could be purgatory, where people wait to have their insides filmed through a probe, to hear how long they have to live, what they have, when they … Continue reading

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Four months 18 summers ago in France

In the fall of ’97 I announced I would be leaving my job at Starbucks that December, moving home to Pennsylvania for a few months and then on to southern France, to live in a condo on the beach a … Continue reading

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Morning sky drawn in sidewalk chalk

Passage from Dover to Dunkirk, via Reims, to southern Germany Past the old vicarage down the hill in time for the last of the owls, bending at the bottom through a valley to the lake for disabled anglers — No … Continue reading

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