Monthly Archives: August 2007

Morning Glory

 My Editor just complained to me that it’s been some time since I’ve posted anything here, and, as usual, she is right. So as not to accrue any further displeasure from her or you, my Readers, I offer this following … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry | 13 Comments

Your Parachute

My favorite poet and his bride have returned to Paris, and my life is slowly returning to it’s daily rhythms. I’m working this weekend, so I won’t have a chance to visit as many of you as I would like, but … Continue reading

Posted in Thoughts & Musings | 16 Comments


 Today was a wonderful day. My son and his new wife spent the day with us visiting our friends in Lake Arrowhead, boating around the lake, hiking, sharing good food, watching the stars glimmering in the night sky. It was … Continue reading

Posted in Health and wellness | 14 Comments


Thank you to all of you who have stopped by and offered comments on the topic of our healthcare crisis. I’m not yet finished exploring these issues, but am going to take a break in the process this week as my … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry | 15 Comments