Monthly Archives: May 2020

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Windy Weather. Wind is common here, and this week has been windy. Morning breezes have changed to afternoon and early evening winds. A friend here wrote in an email, “I’m always concerned that the earth has stopped rotating when we … Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

A Walk Downtown. Late morning into the noon hour. Third Street is quiet. I encounter nobody, walking or in yards. Grass is growing well but none of the yards are in need of first mowing. Bird song surrounds me. At … Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Notes on Reading. Fiction. Niall Williams, This Is Happiness. Bloomsbury, 2019. This novel is a warm and compelling look at life in Faha, a remote Irish village, during the time of electrification. The protagonist recalls the time at age seventeen … Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Some Downtown Signs. Here are some signs I saw on a downtown walk. I have changed the spacing of the words, and on some, the capitalization. There are two gift shops side-by-side. On the window of one is the word … Continue reading

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