Monthly Archives: June 2018

Like the Sun Never Sets

In the last few weeks, I’ve been sleeping in one of my upstairs bedrooms.  The east-facing window ushers in the day, so I don’t need an alarm clock.  And I’m close to my office, making it easier to work late … Continue reading

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Enoz is Enoz

As early as 2003, I was chronicling my societal decline sightings.  In December of that year, I scribbled the following on a scrap of paper: “I was struck by the general malaise at Wal-Mart tonight.  Everyone was wearing sweat pants.  I could … Continue reading

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Sanctuaries of Lost Time

I am currently working on a patchwork of writing assignments.  Most of them are yeoman’s service in support of people, events, or projects I love.  The word “yeoman” has fallen out of favor, possibly because it contains the word “man.”  … Continue reading

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Touching the Clouds

“For those of you who are passing through, we hope you will return to enjoy our hospitality.” —Self-Guided Historic Tour brochure of The Mount Washington Hotel A few years ago, I motored through Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.  I parked my … Continue reading

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