Monthly Archives: June 2012

FLOOD of memories, A

Don’t it always seem to go That you don’t know what you’ve got Till it’s gone — Joni Mitchell I hated my hometown for much of my early life, which was odd because it was beautiful, friendly, full of good … Continue reading

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FORCED entry

I wuz robbed. Well, technically, I was burgled. I arrived home from work Tuesday to find my back door unlocked – definitely not the way I had left it that morning. Stupidly, I proceeded into the house anyway, missing the … Continue reading

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FAMILY ties

I recently spent an outrageously fun weekend in Chicago, in town for the wedding of a close friend’s son. I barely know the groom, her oldest: she and I knew each other from work, and I didn’t see much of … Continue reading

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FUNHOUSE mirrors

By MMM61, Guest Blogger It’s been a long time since I have literally stood in front of one of those mirrors that warp the way I see myself. Or I thought it had been until I realized I have been … Continue reading

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FAME and fortune

  Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about what constitutes a successful life as I’ve worked on the way I see the world. For example, I used to immerse myself 150 percent into my newspaper job when I lived in … Continue reading

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