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In her own way, in her own time

We sat together, visiting, most of the weekend work done, enjoying a moment together, to share in each others lives. My sister Marilyn retired some years ago and travels with my brother-in-law as he visits customers in his sales territory, … Continue reading

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Into the unknown

“Did you have any fun this week?” She looked back at me, pausing.  I’m never certain whether the momentary spaces in the course of these conversations are thoughtful and reflective, or if she just didn’t hear me.  Seated five feet … Continue reading

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The quality of something misplaced

I have nothing to complain of, really.  I have everything I value most.  I have Jeni in my life, the only person I ever met who I could not go on without.  Our first day together is still real, still … Continue reading

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