Monthly Archives: October 2018

In the Wild!

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October 25, 2018

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.     Undoubtedly, babies, whether...
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Food

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October 18, 2018

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 he died, and traveling...
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The Dialogue

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October 16, 2018

Correcting an Oversight “However, there must be joy in the sorrow if we are to go forward.  My Christmas joy came in the form of a photograph, of my Mother.  Below, is the printout from eBay, no less, which Kate purchased for me – yes, this is my favorite Christmas gift!  I cannot believe...
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Holiday’s

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October 14, 2018

An Addition from Lithuania     Last year, I added a small piece to the autumn village, which I called a solarium; along with the tea house.  I had found it at a second hand store, been intrigued; as it was not like anything I had seen before, deciding it must be something placed...
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Art

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October 12, 2018

To love a painting is to feel that this presence is… not an object but a voice. ~ Andre Malraux ~      Peasants Crossing Stream by Jan Siberechts I am not sure why this painting appeals to me as much as it does, as its pallet is much darker than I would normally...
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Connected

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October 8, 2018

The Anatomy of an Attack Did you know that October is Cybersecurity Month? I would like to share an alarming statistic; Europol threat assessment reported that cybercrime is a three trillion dollar business. The dollar amount is higher than the drug trade which includes; heroin, marijuana and cocaine combined. I hate to paint such...
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Nature

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October 7, 2018

Contrasting Color, One Leaf at a Time     Autumn is the last burst of color that New England will be visited by until spring arrives.  The season is cherished for many reasons, not the least of which is the vibrant colors that decorate our world, at least for a bit; one leaf at...
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A View from the Road

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October 5, 2018

Gloucester Fisherman’s Memorial “They that go down to the sea in ships.” 1623-1923 By chance, we stopped in Gloucester, Massachusetts, where we happened to spot this very familiar View from the Road:  The Gloucester Fisherman’s Memorial. The memorial includes bronze plaques that list the names and dates of people who perished at sea; from...
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From the Editor

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October 1, 2018

“Sears is Now a Penny Stock” I saw the above headline, regarding Sears, and decided I needed to read the story.  “In the latest indignity for a once-grand retailer, the share price fell below $1 on Friday for the first time in the company’s history, dropping as much as 15% to 85 cents in...
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Poet’s Corner

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October 1, 2018

Standing Watch   The once bright canvas is fading fast. Soon only the brown curled up leaves will remain as they await a gusty wind or the weight of the first snow to plummet them to the ground where they will be crumbled into little pieces to be reclaimed by the earth. The starkly...
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