Monthly Archives: March 2012

This Week in the Garden, Such As It Is

March 31, 2012 My son and a friend mowed the lawn this past week for the first time this year.  The next day, the glossy black seed birds (whose name I can never remember) moved in like little gleaners pecking … Continue reading

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Another and An Other

March 24, 2012 This week, I’ve been thinking a lot about several different stories that seem to have little or nothing in common.  But, you already know that when I say something like that, it’s because I think I’ve found … Continue reading

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The Wearing of the Green

March 17, 2012 Today is St. Patrick’s Day.  If I remember my stories correctly, the wearing of the green on this day comes from the Irish habit of wearing a green shamrock pinned to the clothing to commemorate that saint, … Continue reading

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An Old Lady With a Cat in the Age of Collapse

March 10, 2012 Everyone knows that as people age, they tend to get confused about things. It’s just one of those dreadful realities about old age.  And I am no exception.  I am deeply confused, for example, about a number … Continue reading

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The World Is Too Much With Us

March 3, 2012 The world is too much with us; late and soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers: Little we see in Nature that is ours; We have given our hearts away, a sordid boon … – … Continue reading

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