Monthly Archives: March 2017

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Just this week I noticed for the first time small carpets of bluets, magenta flowers of redbud trees, and orange-red tulips! Three sentences from old grammar books occur to me from time to time.  They were sentences for analysis in an … Continue reading

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Bon Appetit ! Time change to Daylight Savings Time gave me a late morning start.  I decided on brunch instead of breakfast:  fried slices of bologna (baloney) with blades of mustard and mayonnaise and a side of canned spinach with … Continue reading

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017an

Lent.   For some reason, during some Lent seasons, I feel an urge to bake pies.  I become Pie Man Bill.  This year I started with sweet potato pie.  I made three, since friends gave me a large bag of … Continue reading

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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

A View of March.  (1872) “We like March. / His Shoes are Purple– / He is new and high– / Makes he Mud for Dog and Peddler, / Makes he Forests dry.”  (Emily Dickinson, from Poem 1213) On a Walk … Continue reading

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