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Vaudeville I

Sometimes, it doesn't pay to get out of bed, and last week was a perfect example. After several years of dealing with Parkinson's Disease (PD's) twisted sense of humor, I'm used to... — Updated 7/12/2017


Dirty Rotten Scoundrel

The proof was puddled in the straw. A carefully cracked shell held a smear of yolk and glistened with sticky albumen. Something was getting into my eggs. Whatever it was had just... — Updated 6/14/2017


Up on The Green Side

Sometimes, my life feels like a rough game of Twister and the spinner keeps landing on “right hand, green.” I had the grandiose daydream of the three of us working in a little orchard, making cheese from the milk of our sweet... — Updated 6/7/2017


Goats N' More

The Hyundai groaned and its tires squealed harmony as I rounded the corner. I was late. Claws scrabbled on the lumber in back as all five dogs slid into a pile. I felt so stupid. If I hadn’t stopped at the home improvement... — Updated 5/3/2017 Full story


From "Food for Our Table" to "Up on the Green Side" - It's Good to Be Back

Several years ago, I wrote a food column for this paper, called Food for Our Table. Circumstance took me away, changed who I was and what I could write about. I am back and eager to share again. Up on the Green Side is an expanded... — Updated 4/26/2017 Full story


Babies and Dogs

I recently read of a brutal attack by two dogs on a three-year-old girl, March 21, in the Black Forest/Falcon area. The little girl was bitten in the face and body and partially scalped. She faces years of physical therapy and... — Updated 3/29/2017


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