Monthly Archives: September 2015

As the Leaf Turns

This past weekend was the Blue Springs Fall Fun Fest. Yes, I realize the autumnal equinox is not until Wednesday’s wee hours. It’s close enough for Rock ‘n’ Roll, I guess. Huh. I think I first heard that expression as … Continue reading

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Discounting Friends & Family

Helga called the other day. Helga is the latest in an ever-widening circle of mothers-in-law I have been collecting for the past quarter century. A government bureaucrat I once knew told me there are instruments in the Law establishing legal … Continue reading

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Reading Abelard’s Letters

I stumbled across a copy of The Letters of Abélard and Héloïse stuffed on a bookshelf in a closet in the house where I had been living over a decade. I did not buy it. It was not mine. I … Continue reading

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Wonders to Perform

If it weren’t for marijuana you wouldn’t be here. I know I’ve told you your mother and I met when a mutual friend cast her in a one-act he directed for his senior project. It was fall 1978. We were … Continue reading

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