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A Peek into Lady Alone’s Boudoir

Over the weekend, a friend sent me an article from The New York Times called “The Case for Melancholy.”  You can read it here. I’ve read it twice now, once as a reader and once as a writer.  I tried … 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 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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