Monthly Archives: March 2012

THE JOYS OF EDITING?

If I were physically able, I might have skipped around the room when I finished writing my grey panther mystery, “Feisty Old Ladies.” The last paragraph had been tough going with emails back and forth between me and Ellen Larson,  … Continue reading

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THE BAIN OF RAIN

THE BAIN OF RAIN We Southern Californians welcome rain—at least on a short term basis.  Rain turns the hills from desiccated brown to refreshing shades of green.  It clears the smog and dust and pollen from the air and brightens … Continue reading

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MEMORY AND THE LOSS THEREOF

Like many people, I have hoped for a long and fruitful life, but now I’m reconsidering.  New statistics show that 50% of Nonagenarians suffer from Alzheimer’s or other brain deterioration diseases.  How scary is that? I try my best to … Continue reading

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THE BEACH-PART TROIS

More days at Nantasket Beach: During our stays at Nantasket Beach, we usually rented rooms in someone’s home or took a flat.  One of my favorite rentals, was an apartment over a grocery store, on Nantasket Avenue and L street, … Continue reading

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