Monthly Archives: March 2013

Mandolin String Sky

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Treadmill Highway Series #2

 

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March 21, 2013

The great paradox of change is that while we so desperately want things to be different we tend to anxiously avoid doing anything unfamiliar. We remain stuck in old ruts, threatened by growth. The trick is to accept yourself the … Continue reading

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No Dopers or Miscreants: Dogs and Turtles Welcome

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March 7 2013

When I was in high school and college I used to have nightmares about tornadoes (not uncommon for a girl who grew up in Kansas); I would be somewhere safe and calm, but they’d always be in the distance closing … Continue reading

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Treadmill Highway Series #1

Leaving Kansas, I’m always struck by how much a single tree or other topographical features are so welcome.

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March 1 2013

Despite her many flaws, my mother (the shopaholic) had two pieces of advice for her daughters. The first was to go to college so that when you get divorced, you’ll have something to fall back on. Thankfully, the second one … Continue reading

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Manifest Destiny

Squinting through dusty hazed safety glass irritatedly shading your eyes with your awkwardly angled hand from the fat and sloppy sun staring you down through the windshield as you try to drive through the glare oblivious to the ricocheted shards … Continue reading

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