Namaste, Y’all

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Like everyone in the world, I am thinking about what it means to be Muslim. I am reminded about a post I saw on Facebook. There was a photo of the Ku Klux Klan and the notation saying that we … Continued

Following My Bliss

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Joseph Campbell “Follow your bliss. If you do follow your bliss, you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while waiting for you, and the life you ought to be living is the one … Continued

Age. Is it just a number?

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Last week I was thinking about how difficult it is to really know another person, but it occurs to me that I don’t really know even myself. I have certain hazy images in my mind of who I am, but … Continued

Little Old Lady Who??

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I was just getting over the affront of having been mistaken for my friend Julie’s mother, which would have made me at least 90. My hair is still a vivid shade of scarlet, and I even remembered to wear some … Continued

South of San Francisco

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Before I tell you about the second part of our California trip, I want to say a few more things about San Francisco. Our amazing friend Alison knows how much we love oddball stuff, and she focused our wanderings on … Continued

You are only as old as you look…

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My friend Julie is a knockout. We have been friends for over twenty years since we both lived in Charlotte. Our daughters became friends when their family had moved from Connecticut, and Julie and I followed suit. Twenty years or … Continued

Let Us Remember

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Facebook this morning is full on reminiscences about 9/11. It’s amazing how the mention of this date washes a tidal wave of feelings over me, and I am sick to my stomach. I’m sure everyone has their own story to … Continued