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Chapter 3

Mondays were typically pretty slow, but this was turning out to be a particularly slow Monday, so slow, in fact, that the bell over the door remained silent till she turned the Closed sign around at noon. Harper often ate … Continue reading

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Dripping Blossoms

The CA downpour this weekend was not the best time probably to go to the LA Arboretum, but my back east relatives assured me they would not melt.  Hmm.  They did. And by the way, it is very difficult to … Continue reading

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Before the Dark Call

Dare I raise my young, taut head when winter still slinks round, pounce-ready—sneaky like that? There is sun and wind and water and will, and my face yearns to breathe it all in. Dare I expose my defenseless self when … Continue reading

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Bugs and Blossoms

Small, almost lost in the bigness of water and trees and mountains towering. Insignificant, compared to terror and politics and financial machinations. But small enough to mend thread bare places in my soul; insignificant enough to blend together heart-sighs into smiles– small … Continue reading

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