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Ola Mae’s Figs

We lived in a one bedroom flat nestled in the rafters of a three-car garage behind a boxy duplex near the university. We could catch a bus at Hildebrand or San Pedro to take us most of the places we … Continue reading

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Over Here on the Path, Bill

Few things appear so full of Hope and possibility as the untrammeled surface of a new-fallen snow. I love to look on fresh snowfall, either under a silver moon or in the early hours before the world begins its relentless … Continue reading

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Windows Filled With Frost

I was in Kansas City this morning and stopped by Union Station to check the model railroad displays. When I first moved to the area I saw the Holiday model trains, set up in the Grand Hall: the main entrance … Continue reading

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