Monthly Archives: September 2019

Fickle Fall Has Arrived

Dear Reader: Just as the official fall season arrives this morning…our temperatures are on the climb again…mid-to high 80’s…but they aren’t just stopping there; before the week is out the 90’s might pop back out again. Such is fickle fall … Continue reading

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Maine…”Down East” or “Downeast”or “DownEast” (Pick One!)

Dear Reader: Friday afternoon I had a call from Anne after she had finished fiddling with both of her bands…one at the Veterans Victory House  and one at Round ‘O…it had been a busy weekend.  Anne had just started reading … Continue reading

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Learning from Falling Leaves off a Tree

  Dear Reader: It will be quite awhile before the leaves on our trees (in the low country) start falling and if you try to meditate under a tree right now there is a really good chance you will get … Continue reading

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‘To Travel is to Live’

*(Etsy) Joy Spills Art Dear Reader: Lately I have been filled with so much anticipation and joy because one dream of mine is actually coming to fruition. I am going to Maine. I have wanted to go there for as … Continue reading

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Don’t Take without Giving in Return

Dear Reader: Fall, unofficially, fell for us yesterday…we woke up to temps in the high sixties and most of the morning and early afternoon stayed in the low seventies…it felt so good to be alive yesterday.  There was hope in … Continue reading

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The People God Places in Connection with Us…by Time or Place

Dear Reader: I keep reminding myself these days… when the world’s problems seem too overwhelming to contemplate, much less take action on, that we are continuously reminded by people like St. Augustine that we don’t have to travel the world … Continue reading

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So Many Daily Decisions…So Many Alternative Outcomes

Dear Reader: “In mythology, the three Fates were goddesses who handed out destiny at birth, weaving a future that each mortal would be forced to live out inexorably—the concept of fate serving for many as a necessary explanation for the … Continue reading

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