Summer is Here!

The sultry and seductive season of summer has fully hit her stride here in Rhode Island. The days are hot and the nights are warm, humidity is making paper and…

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Low Water

Trust. We all have varying levels of trust depending upon the situation. A sunny summer day at a park and a vendor is selling ice cream cones – six other…

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Have a Seat

I doubt many of you come here to read about current news, events, etc. – in fact I’d expect the opposite; coming to read something as a distraction or diversion …

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Beauty, Despite the Ugliness

While the intent of this post is NOT meant to be focused on the eruptions of discord and hate surrounding Mr. Floyd’s death, I can’t ignore it. The massive pendulum…

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The Gateway

June 1st – the “gateway” month to summer. Schools get out, seniors graduate, proms, weddings, shorts, bathing suits, and long sunny days. A friend of mine had 38-degrees in his…

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Which Way is Up?

While we are not done with this virus, I am. In my entire lifetime I have never seen so much misinformation publicly offered as factual. People are making life decisions…

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An Embrace Renewed

After all these weeks, these months, our own personal isolation has ended. Frankly, I doubt any of you who have been following this saga all along are surprised; the telltales…

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Every Frog Begins As a Tadpole

The veil of winter continues to lift away from the land and the coming depth of summer is building. Everywhere you look the land is bursting with layers of life…

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Baby Steps – The Data

Saturday was a return to normalcy, of sorts. My grandnephew turned 10, which is a bit of big deal regardless of the circumstances of the moment during which it occurs;…

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Hearing the Unease

Today was yet another delightful step into the joys and gifts of aging; simultaneously it was also, however, a taste of what our technology now offers us. Today I received…

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