Monthly Archives: March 2014

Wednesday morning

A bright and noisy Wednesday morning, rap music coming from the apartment building to the east, hammering and drilling from the back of our lot, more hammering and power saws from the apartment building to the west.  A fire caused … Continue reading

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Friday rambles

Cloudy this morning, the whine of the power saw competing with the robins. As the weather gets warmer, people throw open their windows and voices from next door drift across the landscape. I like hearing neighbors’ voices. I’m not so … Continue reading

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Rough winds

Thursday afternoon, and the fierce winds of the last few days are finally dying down. I’m glad I wasn’t out on the bay in a sailboat. How do people manage in winds like that? Rough winds do shake the darling … Continue reading

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A bird in the hand…

A sudden cessation of the power saw whining away at the back of the lot opens up the auditory world–birdsong, distant voices, a car passing on the street. I am sick of construction noise!  Here we are in this idyllic … Continue reading

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Re-entry

After nearly a year of silence…I’m back.  I’m sorry if I worried people.  The most likely explanation when a recovering alcoholic drops out of sight is that she’s drinking again, but I wasn’t. Not that I didn’t think about it … Continue reading

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