Tag Archives: Life of a Plodder

Selective Memories

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, today thinking about how subjective our memories are. I’ve known this for a long time. Back in 1980, I edited my grandfather’s memoirs. He wrote them based on his diaries, most of which recorded nothing … Continue reading

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Memorial Acts

Kate Flora┬áhere, sharing something I’ve been musing about this morning: memorial acts. I still wear my mother, writer A. Carman Clark’s wedding ring. Struggle to keep her plants alive five years after her death, even though she had a green … Continue reading

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