Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Politics of Love

It’s not that my life has ever been boring, just that after I graduated from high school in 1961 the pace of events picked up considerably.   In rapid succession men slept with me and I followed them from place to … Continue reading

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Baby memories

There’s a time when you relinquish the idea that you’re going to have a baby, and maybe you really don’t care, because truthfully the only reason you wanted a baby rather than a cat or a goldfish was so your … Continue reading

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Color me peony 

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Eclipse

I’m not very musical but once in a while a song hits me just right and I become obsessed. This is a story about one of those occasions. It happens when I turn my back forever on one man I … Continue reading

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My liver – fish or cut bait

Once I discovered the existence of age cutoffs for liver transplants, I was faced with a dilemma.  My ongoing care is currently at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville where every six months I get blood work and an MRI, with … Continue reading

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Death Do Us Part Together

I read a news report yesterday about a missing young couple found dead in the desert, a murder suicide.  The bodies were locked in an embrace.  They were wandering and lost and dying of thirst and heat and hunger, it … Continue reading

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Up the Creek With a Paddle

Karl on the twilight lake.

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