Monthly Archives: June 2020

Nature

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June 27, 2020

Aechmea The Bromeliad with that Pink Flower, not a Pineapple, the other most famous Bromeliad   I am still here, though I am having trouble writing about food and plants and especially history, in Public Square. Can politics be put aside?  I do not know, but regardless of how or why we got here,...
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Holiday’s

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June 20, 2020
Holiday’s

Father’s Day (My Father, Mother, holding my sister Caroline, Joy and me)   Regardless of pandemics, financial crises, or social unrest, we do not want to forget to honor our fathers; you still have time to buy a card! I lost my father more thn thirty years ago, but it does not mean that...
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Art

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June 8, 2020

To love a painting is to feel that this presence is… not an object but a voice. ~ Andre Malraux ~   Lighthouse and Buildings, Portland Head by Edward Hopper   I very much appreciate Edward Hopper’s work; thus I have featured so much of it, on these pages. I am actually surprised that...
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From the Editor

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June 1, 2020

Evil is not the Answer   I would like to write about the bittersweet moment this morning, of going to my container garden, and harvesting Cuban oregano, and tomatoes, to complete the Johnny Marzetti, I am making for dinner. Yes, it was wonderful to reap such abundance; but it made me sad to pick...
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In the Wild!

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June 1, 2020

A Yellow Chickadee!   This lovely little chickadee dropped by for a visit; and brought a smile to our face!
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A View from the Road

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June 1, 2020

A Pick-Me-Up From Wyoming     Driving west on the I 70, we are cautioned to buckle up, as we accelerate our speed to 80 miles an hour!  Of course, this is a speed limit mandated to bring a smile to Kate’s face; and oddly, a sit back and enjoy the view, look to...
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