Monthly Archives: October 2008

Falling apart together, part 2

I was up a lot last night with a sick cat. Every time I came back to bed a sleepy man wrapped an arm around me and mumbled something sympathetic. He was really tired because all day long he had … Continue reading

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Falling apart together, part 1

Jerry had heart problems this week. He felt dizzy a couple to times, once after unloading fencing materials from the pickup, and the second time while we were walking with a friend and the dogs in the woods. Between those … Continue reading

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John Gray

  John Gray died this week. He was a couple of years younger than Jerry and I.  My daughter told me via email. He and his wife, Reggie, have been my daughter’s next door neighbors for 25 years in a little English village … Continue reading

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Night life

We are diurnal animals, and when we stay active at night we create environments with lights and sounds that mimic daytime. Night, real dark night, is a parallel world, mostly unknown and often feared. The older I get the more … Continue reading

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