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Beginning the Third Year of Caregiving.

Lea Wait, here. Although Bob Thomas and I’ve known each other, as friends and/or lovers, off and on for fifty years, we didn’t live together or get married until 2003. I’d taken care of my mother for the last 25 … Continue reading

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Vaughn Hardacker here: This past month has been an emotional roller coaster. On January 29th we were forced to have our seventeen year old Maltese, Maggie, put down. She had been failing rapidly and was blind, deaf, and living in … Continue reading

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Stealing Bases & Writing Crime

Baseball and crime writing? Trust me, I’m not coming out of left field with this blog post. Spring training has started and as a Red Sox fan I’m pretty excited about my team’s prospects. The Sox have a new manager … Continue reading

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Press Pause

Jessie: Happy to see patches of grass appearing in the yard! Even though my favorite form of entertainment is reading, I confess that I do love television shows and movies too. And as much as I enjoy on-screen entertainment I … Continue reading

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Night of a Thousand Bradys

Last fall, Beth and I were entering the Frito-Lay They Win You Score Super Bowl Sweepstakes with codes from Pepsi caps. Each code entered gave you a team in the coming week’s NFL games. Every time you had a winner, … Continue reading

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Souping Up February

Kate Flora: February seems to be a bit of a muddle for me. I’m working on lots of little projects, nursing an endless cold, and gearing up for more serious writing in March. I’ve also been a bit muddled about … Continue reading

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Eider Ducks and Me

Lea Wait, here. As many of you know, I was single most of my life, and in my early thirties I adopted four daughters.  I was thrilled to be able to adopt older children, especially girls, but being a single … Continue reading

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