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April melted into a memory quicker than it ever should. May is following along the same path. We haven’t suffered the dramatic weather that we’ve seen in other parts of the country but I think in 45 days, we’ve had 6 without rain. Cold, gloomy and punishing if you want to get outdoor chores accomplished. A perfect excuse to work in front of the computer and play in the studio if that’s… Read More

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Tuesday we headed down to Brunswick to be part of a sold-out Pecha Kucha evening.  Roughly, Pecha Kucha is Japanese for chit-chat and these evenings have been hosted around the world as a way to connect people and show us all the gold we have right in our own communities.  The format is streamline.  Each presenter shows twenty slides and talks for 6 minutes and twenty seconds…and then onto the next.  It… Read More

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In a “normal” Spring the ice would be just breaking out of the rivers in late March and we wouldn’t be in shirt sleeves until the very end of April…and then only on Special days.  But the Goddesses have decided to reward us with good behavior…yesterday the hound and I walked to the park without a hat and sweater…found flowering colts foot and ate our sandwich listening to the spring birds calling… Read More

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