Monthly Archives: April 2012

Sadhvi Sez:

THE FIRST POPPY OPENS There’s a lot going on, and that’s why I haven’t written in a while. Some of the things that have taken up my time are the following: 1. Planting and pruning time in the garden 2. … Continue reading

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Oops50: Please

If this amendment passes, we’re going to look back 20 years from now, or 10 years from now, and we’re going to think about that amendment the same way we think about the Jim Crow laws that were passed in … Continue reading

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Annice

Annice Saturday, I gave myself a big pat on the back. I fixed a clogged sink and my garbage disposer. Yes, I did. For me, owning a home is like owning a car, and I probably shouldn’t.  I don’t like … Continue reading

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What Worries Me

Begin forwarded message: From: Sadhvi Gantenbein <mahak@charter.net> Date: April 10, 2012 2:59:13 PM EDT To: Posterous <post@posterous.com> Subject: What Worries Me Jane At 5, which is the first age where I can remember the feeling, I worried that I would never … Continue reading

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What Worries Me

Jane At 5, which is the first age where I can remember the feeling, I worried that I would never see my favorite red-and-white cardboard bricks again, since my parents had “loaned” them to my cousins as we were leaving for a … Continue reading

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Annice I need a new job.  Sitting at a desk and being indoors on most days is hazardous to your health, and my body knows it.  I have days where I sit in front of clients listening to them talk … Continue reading

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Suzie Ivy: Bad Luck Officer

SUZIE IVY When I was forty-four years old, I experienced a run of bad luck that culminated with a serious accident on my horse leaving me with a broken hip. Add this to a major midlife crisis, empty nest syndrome, … Continue reading

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