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Words in the Wild

                      Poly Canyon, San Luis Obispo                                             Photo by … Continue reading

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They’re doing it again.

“They” are talking about you Millennials again. CNN.com today features an original and highly amusing comic opinion called “Can We Stop Worrying About Millennials Yet?” by Matt Bors. You can read the entire comic here. Technically speaking, Matt Bors fits … Continue reading

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To mete or not to mete? That is the question…

And so is: my self, or not my self? And most importantly, what happens when a writer’s private life interrupts public perception? Photo Credit:  Cristian Baitg/iStockphoto.com Ten days ago, Joe Yonan the food critic for The Washington Post, announced his … Continue reading

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Uh one, and a two, and a…

Summer Twilight.  Photo Credit: Catherine Keefe When I sit on my back porch late on a summer night and listen to mothers call in their children, I remember when I was a kid.  My mom’s voice from the screen door … Continue reading

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What do you see?

Summer is a good time to take it slow and observe closely. Do you notice something in the fence shadows above?  Yes, a bird family. Nine baby quail with their mom and dad.  That vignette was this week’s hiking treat … Continue reading

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