Monthly Archives: October 2012

Freshly Pressed

I have to admit it was a thrill this week when all of you arrived at Mae’s Day.  It was such a fun surprise to find my work Freshly Pressed.  I don’t even know whom to thank. Growing up my … Continue reading

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Aunt Sal

Yesterday, I sat with two different friends who are facing death. One is 89 and just days away from exiting. She wants to die at home and her daughter is doing everything she can to make this happen. The other … Continue reading

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A Happy Place

When you have an operation they don’t knock you out, roll you into the operating room, do the deed and roll you back out again. Operations, I’ve had the pleasure 4 times in the past two years. Nope, it’s not … Continue reading

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Alive and Well

I am back from Maine where I spent hours measuring and capturing light. I photograph with film and part of that decision is I need the slow, deliberate process of thinking of nothing but light. I stand in fields or … Continue reading

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