Monthly Archives: December 2013

Ghosts of Christmas Past

Again at Christmas did we weave   The holly round the Christmas hearth;   The silent snow posses’d the earth, And calmly fell our Christmas-eve.   The yule log sparkled keen with frost,   No wing of wind the region … Continue reading

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The Longest Night

I spent much of the weekend with friends celebrating the Solstice. On Friday one of the small local hill towns had their annual bonfire with singing, stories, and a little dance out on their common, and then most people headed back … Continue reading

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Laundry Night

You know, living in a town where there is a brew pub right next door to the laundromat sure takes the edge off of a broken dryer. Oddly enough, it also finally affords me a chance to write again.  We … Continue reading

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