Monthly Archives: October 2014

For My Mother

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Today is Jonas Salk’s 100th birthday. His pioneering discovery of a vaccine to prevent polio is nothing short of a modern miracle of science. ┬áSalk never patented the vaccine, and didn’t earn any money from it. My mother was a … Continue reading

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“A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grand Jatte “ Georges Seurat …just one more image that reflects the transition into autumn. Yesterday, was the best blend of cool and crisp; warm and sunny. The feeling in this painting reflects … Continue reading

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World Food Day

I didn’t know there was a World Food Day. In my household, the most important question of the day is: What’s for dinner? As it turns out, I am preparing a stir fry with the last of the summer garden … Continue reading

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autumn light

  I don’t know about you, but I love this time of year. I must confess that Halloween has never been a favorite. I resonate much more with the Harvest, (must be the Demeter in me) and The Chinese Moon … Continue reading

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Sarah’s Smash Shack

  I have been lamenting (to anyone who will listen) for some time now that Psychotherapy is dead. No, that is not a Nietzsche quote. After learning some news from a fellow blogger about the frustrations of self publishing, I … Continue reading

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