Monthly Archives: May 2008


1.  My dress fits perfect – the swap and alterations were a success!  And we leave for the wedding in four days!  It’s so soon!!!!!!! 2. I may be addicted to asparagus.  It’s a good thing it’s only around for … Continue reading

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Poetry Thursday (the last for two weeks)

Somehow, I don’t think I’ll be posting a poem next Thursday, because Nik and I will be in Alaska for Rachel’s wedding!  So this is it for a couple weeks! The Sunflowers Mary Oliver Come with me into the field … Continue reading

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These are my favorite spring trees.  There are tons of them in Charles Village and then, this year, I got to drive by this tree every morning on my way to work.  The blooming time is just about over and … Continue reading

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Happy “You were born in 1946 but I’m not going to say how old you are” Birthday, Dad!  

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Poetry Thursday

Go here to hear this poem read out loud (it is well worth the couple minutes).  The reader is this year’s winner of the Poetry Out Loud competition.  The finals were in DC on Tuesday night. Frederick Douglass Robert Hayden … Continue reading

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