Tag Archives: Gina Mason

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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Senator Mason’s Bill

Maine will be celebrating its bicentennial in 2020.  This past November, Secretary of State Dunlap unveiled a commemorative license plate Mainers can use in lieu of a front plate until the end of the bicentennial year, or December 31, 2020.  … Continue reading

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No Need to Speed

It was election day yesterday and as some readers know, I filled my mother’s vacated election clerk seat when she retired.  I work at the polls.  The day began at 6:30 a.m. and ended at 9:00 p.m. As blog reader … Continue reading

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They Showed Up

About a month or so before Moxie, I took a walk up the big Maple Street hill and down to my Surprise Garden.  I usually plant annuals in the spring tulip portion of the garden.  But this year was different … Continue reading

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A Jeremiad for the Leaving

Today’s post started out like this: Wednesday morning after Tuesday’s elections, there was a lot of rhetoric on En Pee Are. Let me share one comment with you: “It’s time to turn this country around” said Mitch McConnell. Greater and … Continue reading

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I Told Them Where to Go!

For most people here in town, The Moxie Festival is a marker, a pin on the seasonal map that says “this is the high point of summer.”  In anticipation, everyone drags their chairs down to Route 196 and prepares to … Continue reading

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Shaking the Moxie Maker

Some blog readers might recall that I live on a family compound.  It’s not my family compound, not technically.  But by virtue of growing up in this small town and six degrees of AYUH, I feel like I’m part of … Continue reading

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