Monthly Archives: March 2011

Arts A-Poppin’!

That used to be the theme of a local arts celebration here in Lancaster.  The town no longer uses it but fortunately for those of us in the area, the arts are definitely poppin’ around here. This week’s Writer’s Window … Continue reading

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Being an Odd Duck is a Wonderful Thing – Chinese fortune cookie

I received this fortune years ago, have it tacked to my bulletin board and love it because it fits.  Well, it fits me, anyway. My taste in comics runs more toward the old Far Side and Calvin and Hobbes comics … Continue reading

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Things Lost

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  I know, it’s a bit late, but I Celtic Thunder was just on and my feet were a-tapping. Our handwriting is one of those traits that identify us.  I remember learning cursive writing in the second … Continue reading

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Looking at Something Ordinary

I was going to write today about my odd-shaped drawer, but the tsunami got me thinking about a writing challenge I did many years ago.  I was part of a writers’ group in Charlotte and the assignment for one month … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season

I grew up in Ohio and March was always the season of change.  A week or so ago my Dad called to say they had 10 inches of snow.  Two days later the snow was gone, but the melting and … Continue reading

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