Monthly Archives: June 2022

#342–Covid strikes close to home . . .

I don’t have Covid and I haven’t tested positive, but I’ve been exposed. This is a first for me, since the pandemic began. And some of my friends now have it, and one recently died. His obit was in the … Continue reading

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#341–It’s all about the eyes . . .

Those of us who wear glasses or contacts and see our eye doctor every couple years or even annually, get to the stage where the doc says, “I see the beginnings of cataracts.” Then in two or three years, “By … Continue reading

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#340–Celebrating Judy & Teresa at Backstreet . . .

Consider this your invitation to attend a reception June 11. For the month of June, Teresa Zook and I are being celebrated as the Featured Artists at Backstreet Gallery. Teresa’s weavings and my books will be up front in the … Continue reading

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#339–Rhodies especially glorious this year . . .

The rhododendrons were spectacular this year. Both the wild ones in the forest and the hybrids decorating yards and businesses simply outdid themselves. As if programmed, they peaked right in time for the Rhododendron Festival the third week in May. … Continue reading

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