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A View from the Road

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November 24, 2018

Follow The Delacorte Clock   I love Central Park, in New York City; and I love that despite growing up in the age of horror stories about Central Park, I now very much feel like it is one of those wonderful  places in the world, that I own, at least, just...
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Nature

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November 21, 2018

Follow Too Soon for Snow     We are not supposed to be having this type of snow storms or temperatures for Thanksgiving; it is too soon for snow!     Nevertheless, and regardless of how I might feel about the chilly weather, with yes, record breaking cold predicated for Thanksgiving...
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Public Square

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November 18, 2018

Follow Faith Bradford’s Gift to You and Me   “The scale of this twenty-three-room house is one inch to one foot, accommodating the miniature furniture that Faith Bradford (1880-1970) played with as a girl and collected as an adult. She imagined the dwelling as the turn-of-the 20th-century household of Mr. and...
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Poet’s Corner

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November 17, 2018

Follow I Do not want to Forget to be Thankful     do you forget to be thankful I know it happens unintentionally I am certain but somehow thankful gets overwhelmed by sorrow or desire or even need real or imagined is inconsequential when overlooking thankfulness   our focus changes instead...
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Food – Cooking With Children

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November 15, 2018

Follow Cooking with Children     I am sure I have already shared with you my fond memories of cooking with my Mother; in the kitchen she was perhaps more easy going than anywhere else, I can think of, truly never saying no. My Mother would let me experiment, providing me,...
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Art

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November 12, 2018

Follow To love a painting is to feel that this presence is… not an object but a voice. ~ Andre Malraux ~ Grapes, Lemons, Pears, and Apples by Vincent Van Gogh  Oddly, this is not a painting that I love. Rather I am sharing it with you because it was new...
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Holiday’s

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November 11, 2018

Follow Veterans Day     “In the most solemn, purposeful procession to thread the canyon of Broadway in a generation, 15,000 veterans of the World war yesterday marched, with their auxiliaries, in the 23rd annual Armistice Day parade. Solemn, for the truce that was signed in the Forest of Compiegne 23...
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In the Wild!

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November 8, 2018

Follow Yes, Turkeys in November, Again   On a rainy, dreary day, the turkeys came looking for a bite to eat, that they appear to need.  As they wandered around the yard, they lifted my spirits; as nature does.  They changed my focus from the overcast skies to the still colored...
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In the Wild!

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October 25, 2018

Follow Baby Peafowl     It is easy to become jaded in the world today; however there are still those moments that fill us with wonder, if we are willing to run around someone’s else’s neighborhood and try to coax a mom and her baby’s to pose for a picture.  ...
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Food

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October 18, 2018

Follow Arroz con Gandules Rice with Pigeon Peas Vegan Option Pictured Having lived in Puerto Rico for three years, as a child, among other things, I grew to love Puerto Rican food, which is truly delicious. Since childhood, I have been back, spending time with my Father there, the year before...
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