Monthly Archives: November 2014

Figuring out Ferguson: What’s Next?

I’m trying to make sense of the Ferguson decision and realize sadly, there is no sense. I’ve put my faith in a system that failed to deliver. The memory of Michael Brown is now tarnished by injustice, and the violent, … Continue reading

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“We Were all Strangers…”

On my way to my parents this week, I stopped at the assisted living facility outside New Haven where my father’s two sisters each have apartments. I don’t see my aunts as much as I used to and have wonderful … Continue reading

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Whither I Go, My Knitting Goes

  Mom’s latest blog post on  our favorite hobby. Whither I Go, My Knitting Goes.

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Why are we Creatures of Habit?

For some time now my parents have kept only three chairs at their large, round, kitchen table. They’ve moved the other three into the dining room. They needed more space to walk around without falling after various surgeries, and have … Continue reading

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