Tag Archives: Cape Elizabeth

The Lover’s Ghost

It’s Sunday morning, the second Sunday of Advent.  On this Sunday in the Christian tradition, we remember the preaching of John the Baptist, the man the prophet Isaiah anticipated as “one crying in the wilderness.” With Heart and Voice, a … Continue reading

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A Donut Placeholder

It’s been a busy week here, sending shoes and clothes to be repaired before the snow flies and ripping up carpet.  Shopping for a snowblower and having lunch with a good friend.  Getting an oil change.  Working at the polls. … Continue reading

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A Crescent Beach Kind of Day

Tuesday was a “call in sick” kind of day, if one was a “call in sick” kind of person.  It was “absolutely August.”  Any more “quote mark” expressions? I didn’t call in sick, but I took an afternoon break at … Continue reading

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A Woman’s Career

This has been an interesting week, my first week of telecommuting.  Here in the post-modern world, many people telecommute and now I’ve joined the legions of slipper-clad workers, pounding away at a computer from a spare bedroom or their mother’s … Continue reading

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Resting on the Sands of Time

This used to be my favorite summer place to rest.  I belonged to a small “gang” of people who would drag lawn chairs to the water’s edge every weekend. Who knows why the past always seems better than today.  I’m … Continue reading

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We have lots of grocery stores here on the NH Seacoast; I won’t name them. I still miss The IGA. There’s still an IGA in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Rock steady, IGA.

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