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Phoenix Rising

  As we roamed off path through the park I came upon some lovely white toadstools sprung among the lovely languid emerald blades of grass beneath a copse of trees. “Hold up!” I told Leon, and turned on my camera, … Continue reading

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This land is Ixtlan

We walked today to Bunnyfield Plantation, where MacArthur sweeps into 19th Street, cattycorner from the Lutheran church grounds which is mostly a grassy hillside sloping down to a berm where South Street bisects 19th. The roadside there is mostly a … Continue reading

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Chatterings

     It was a lazy Midwestern July afternoon. The heat had not yet become oppressive. I had recently refilled the bird-feeder, so daring warblers came to sample the seed despite my own presence on the patio.      There is a … Continue reading

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A Dog’s Life

I’ve been a little concerned about my dog Leon. He scratches like crazy. I know he itches like crazy. He scratches his chest and ears frequently. But it seems most of his focus is on his hind end, which he … Continue reading

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What We’ve Lost

I watch my dog out the back window. It is a cool day, temperatures in the low 50’s this morning. Perfect weather for a Husky mix, I gather, from Leon’s insistence on being outside. I have a chain staked into … Continue reading

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