Monthly Archives: May 2012

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Begin forwarded message: From: Sadhvi Gantenbein <mahak@charter.net> Date: May 14, 2012 10:54:06 AM EDT To: Posterous <post@posterous.com> Subject: why Annice Meet my friend Marjorie. I met her in Washington, D.C. back in 1982 or 1983 at our local gym on … Continue reading

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Annice Meet my friend Marjorie. I met her in Washington, D.C. back in 1982 or 1983 at our local gym on M St.  We were sitting in the steam room, and she remarked how she hadn’t see me with my … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Sez: Flowers, Tosh, Rumi & Books

RED POPPY’S AND BLUE SKY I read a book that everyone seems to have read, and I found out it’s been made into a movie a while back. It’s called “Sarah’s Key”. I guess I am not on top of … Continue reading

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My heart is heavy tonight, so heavy that I can’t think of anything funny or cheerful to write about. My state just voted in a totally unnecessary constitutional amendment–to ban gay marriage. It is embarrassing to me to live in … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Sez: In My Garden

THE OPENING OF A PEONY In the last week it seems as if everything is growing, budding, and flowering at an accelerated rate in my garden. The first fragrant peony opened, as well as the comfrey, the pink’s, the salsify, … Continue reading

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Farmer Nancy: I Heard my Father’s Voice Yesterday

NANCY AND HER DAUGHTER, HANNAH I heard my father’s voice yesterday. He died in 1981, July 7th, seven eleven, kind of hard to forget that one.  He was 65.  We had a sick family joke of him kicking off just … Continue reading

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Sadhvi Sez: I am Thankful to You Helen

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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