Monthly Archives: July 2016

Flowers and spiders and Trump, oh my

A lovely, soft morning here on San Francisco Bay. I have been sitting out in the garden, partially shaded by a large, green beach umbrella and feeling the warm sun on my bare feet.  The garden and our apartment are … Continue reading

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Immensity taps

A gray morning and cool. With luck, the fog will burn off by noon, the usual summer pattern here.  To the east a steep ridge holds back the fog, so where my daughter lives, 20 minutes away on the other … Continue reading

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Fearing the future

Sick at heart at the events of the past couple of weeks–mass murders in Orlando, Istanbul, Dhaka, Baghdad (did I miss any?), the latest police shootings of black men in the U.S., the sniper shooting of police in Dallas, on … Continue reading

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