Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Music of Grief

I’ll fly away – 1929 –  Albert E. Brumley Some bright morning when this life is over I’ll fly away To that home on God’s celestial shore I’ll fly away I’ll fly away, oh glory I’ll fly away in the morning … Continue reading

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Bonsai for Mr. Rossiter

  Howard Rossiter is dead.  I think he had a heart attack.  He’s sitting there bent over, trying to tie his shoes. The color of his face is grey and blue; and not at all the way I remember him … Continue reading

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Open Spaces and Museums

I learned from my mother the desire to surround myself with art.  We talked about each piece and artist and their importance in our scheme of things.  She shared her favorites; and through her patience I learned what I loved.  … Continue reading

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