Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ch ch ch changes

I don’t know how menopause came to be called the change of life, but it’s apt. Besides the physical changes going on in our bodies, there are the life transitions as well. Whether it’s the empty nest, aging or dying … Continue reading

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The Monster

Writing about menopause during the Ebola Clusterfuck strikes me as just plain wrong. But menopause is coming up in ordinary conversations, with men even, so now is as good a time as any. In 1999, at age 42, I started … Continue reading

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Whistling Past the Graveyard

There are two obsessions of mine at the moment; Ebola and the new bird room. It took a while to see the connection. Almost immediately after moving in, I knew the new bird room would go outside the west windows. … Continue reading

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The Little Virus that Could

I’m starting to wonder if the mid-term elections will provide any distraction from the Ebola clusterfuck taking place in front of our eyes. Nah, I didn’t think so either. This Dallas case and the utterly inept containment does not bode … Continue reading

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