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So Long Mimi

My friend Mimi died, passed away peacefully in her sleep. Though well into her 80s, it’s not a comfort when someone says, she lived a good life. Maybe so, but my sadness still surrounds me like a scrim I can’t quite see … Continue reading

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Lady Lost

My holiday was spent quietly…sleeping, reading, strolling through the park with the dog next door. It was around 1 in the afternoon while lying in bed with Sarah Vowell rereading a book of hers for the third time, when out … Continue reading

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We Don’t Suffer Alone

Whenever I have a case of the poor mes I’m shown immediately things can be worse. How many people do I see in wheel chairs.  Or the ancient accompanied by a disinterested caretaker who assumes her charge doesn’t know the … Continue reading

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