Category Archives: Musings and Meanderings

Mo(u)rning

Done wallowing She rose from the depths Dusted the chips off her shoulder And soared.

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Listening

“Courage, dude. The hardest part is finding the courage to walk out the door. The rest is a cakewalk. Everything on the trail works itself out.” — Overheard near the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, Mt. Katahdin, Maine. What’s … Continue reading

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Not lost, just discovering

“In the middle of the journey of our life…..I found myself within a dark woods where the straight way was lost.” – Dante Alighieri My dearly beloved brother-in-law would be disappointed in me for not being true to the author and … Continue reading

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Wisteria

No worries. I am not going to continue to rhyme my blog post titles. Otherwise, one of my few remaining choices is “listeria,” and we don’t want to go there. I was tempted to make it “Wysteria” as an allusion … Continue reading

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Hysteria

Hysteria: A disorder particular to women and caused by a wandering womb. Yes, a “wandering womb.” I love that image, for which we can thank some revered men of ancient Greece, notably Hippocrates, but also Plato, who, being a man, … Continue reading

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