Monthly Archives: June 2011

Posting on Recycle Day

In our neighborhood, Tuesday is recycle day and everyone’s eco-friendly refuse sits nakedly at the curb. Also in our neighborhood lives an enterprising older lady who searches said bins for aluminum cans. She drives a three-wheeled surry, sans fringe on … Continue reading

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Posting amid crisis

In the Neurological ICU waiting room sets a large fish tank. Its innards are slightly darkened for the comfort of its citizens. There are five fish, variously sized and colored: silver, pale yellow, splotchy black and gray, dazzling gold and … Continue reading

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Posting from the Neighborhood

Our next door neighbors are lovely people, but their outdoor halogen lighting fails to endear. Its garish glow is unmerciful and challenges bedroom blackout curtains. The strong light creeps around drapery edges and through tiny gaps at the center panels. … Continue reading

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