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FORCE, life a

I found some late arrivals in my garden today, long after it seemed to have stopped giving. A hydrangea along the driveway, framed in faded red for weeks, had produced from dormancy a bloom of brilliant blue among those that … Continue reading

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FIRST FLOWER

I have to thank an unlikely lush, green friend by the porch door for teaching me a lesson today. King Lily, as I call it, is a tall, prolific plant that is the first of its kind in that garden … Continue reading

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FAITH, leap of

I have a rose bush out back that I really love. It belonged to my mother. When she died, I brought it from her house and planted it here, by the corner of the barn. It’s a prominent place I … Continue reading

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FRESH approach

For many years, I have spent my life in either the past or the future. I refer, of course, to the life of the mind – or at least my mind. My brain goes to many places that I wish … Continue reading

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