Monthly Archives: January 2013

Sunrise & Deer

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New England Dissected

New England Dissected. We can’t be confined to just one state.

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Old Letters

My youngest sister found a small packet of letters, I sent to Mum in 1986 when I was in the Coast Guard, among her things. She threatened promised to send them to me. They arrived yesterday. I opened the first one … Continue reading

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Today’s Quote

Many thanks to Doug for pointing the way to this zinger from Charles P. Pierce on Esquire’s Politics Blog- “We are not free because we are individuals, the president told them, daring them to hold two ideas in their heads … Continue reading

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The Sire

Now on Amazon: THE SIRE by M.S. Fowle.

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Presidential Inauguration

I am a party pooper. I’m all about an EXTRAVAGANT party the first time a person is elected, doing the limbo, a little macarena, a quick hustle (oh wait, we did a lot of that during the campaign), a two … Continue reading

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Fran’s Thoughts

Lilly could be such a venomous bitch! The problem with Maurice and her money was not Fran’s fault. He’d tricked her, saying that her house would be used for collateral to expand his plumbing business. Fran loved him. Of course … Continue reading

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Lilly and Fran Conclusion

Lilly drew a long suffering sigh as she made her way to Fran’s house. If Fran didn’t rally, soon, someone was going to end up carting her through old age. That someone wasn’t going to be Lilly. She let herself into … Continue reading

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Lilly and Fran III

Lilly called Lexie that afternoon to see if she had time to meet after work. The one undeniable accomplishment in Fran’s life was Alexandra. Lilly loved that kid. Fran had made some stupid choices but entering the union that produced … Continue reading

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Lilly and Fran II

What they said was true, Fran spent a disproportionate amount of time with her knees up around her ears. Lilly was pragmatic in her assessment of her cousin. Fran did what she did. There was no preventing the nuclear fallout … Continue reading

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