Monthly Archives: March 2018

It Must Be Spring

Tiny buds and busy birds are full of activity. Daffodils have pushed through the ground. It must be spring.   Gentle rains nourish the plants and trees. Mud where snow was. It must be spring.   The forsythia will be … Continue reading

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Friend at Church

  It seems the pace of life has quickened and the calendar is full with events, rehearsals and appointments. Today’s post is a blitz poem which is a 50-line poem of short phrases and images and a few rules.  It feels … Continue reading

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3 Sisters and 25 Snowmen

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Originally posted on Dr. Mary Ann Niemczura:
? Every winter there was magic in the winter air when we had a big snowfall in Sturbridge, Massachusetts where our father built our house on Cedar Street. We children loved all the…

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The Blue Room

Blue, from Italy and now downsized with the blue sofa gone. Hutch and ornate blue chairs remain. After many moons, we visited our former babysitter. We referred to her as Zia. Her child care was impeccable. More like being part … Continue reading

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Gratitude for Little Things

With a joyful heart today, I rejoice in love, family, friends, music and the little things of life which hold great meaning: -family time at the spa in Skaneateles followed by a tasty luncheon -friends both old and new are … Continue reading

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