Tag Archives: August

Righting the Ship

Have I written a blog post about overcommitments, projects spinning like plates in the air, and borrowed time? Yes?  Then there is no reason to do that today. This is a sidewalk strip garden on Maple Street.  A woman named … Continue reading

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The Bunting is Down

Summer is winding down.  I see it in the garden.  I see it on my watch, when I check the time as the sun hits the evening horizon.  I feel it in the early morning air. The bunting is down … Continue reading

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The Dark Days of August

One of my friends refers to this time of year as “The Dark Days of August.”  She coined the phrase when her two sons were still in elementary school.  I suppose when you have two young boys running around your … Continue reading

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The First of the Last

Today is the last day of July.  Although it’s never good to wish away time, by July 31, I am scribbling “good riddance” in the margins of my calendar.  The lovely month of August is no longer in the rear … Continue reading

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