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January at the cabin in my head..

And it’s cold/flu season.  But the cabin is toasty warm, thanks to the wood stove and the ample supply of firewood I’ve chopped.  I’m languishing in the rustic sleigh bed, enveloped in the comforting embrace of the featherbed and covered … Continue reading

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Why I enjoy reading Linda Fairstein’s mysteries…

My closest friends know I’m a history junkie in addition to being a mystery and crime junkie.  I’ve read widely within the mystery genre and will admit to several favorite authors.   Authors vary as dinstinctly as do one’s closest friends; one chooses … Continue reading

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Remembering Ray Bradbury…

Wow, another literary legend has crossed over into the great beyond.  I’ve read a great deal of Bradbury’s work over the years.  By no means have I read all of it; he was too prolific.  His work was hard to … Continue reading

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An Interminable March

I have a love/hate relationship with the month of March.  As an educator, it is an interminable month with no breaks and students ramped up with cabin fever.  As a sports fan, it’s a dream come true.  The NCAA Tournament … Continue reading

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