Monthly Archives: January 2013

Dylan’s Right (Again)

There’s a Bob Dylan song off Together Through Life.  It’s about love and a girl, nothing really to do with our lives, except for the title – “I Feel a Change Comin’ On.” Bob’s craggy voice has been ringing in … Continue reading

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A Hushpuppy of My Own

I watched Beasts of the Southern Wild a couple of nights ago. Have you seen it? It’s a wonderful little movie about people living off the grid down in the bayou country. The plot, for what it is, centers around … Continue reading

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The Last Word on Hannaford’s

I was planning on wrapping up my account of Nate’s grocery store job, but then I thought it would be better if the big boy chimed in himself. When I picked him up today, I asked him. “Nate, could you … Continue reading

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Right Where We Didn’t Want to Be

Man, is everybody sick? For the last week I’ve had a bad cold, severe sore throat and other viral symptoms I’d rather not discuss. It’s certainly not conducive to writing. This morning Nate went out for the second of three … Continue reading

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Seeing Through Nate’s Eyes

We just got back from a week in Chicago, visiting good friends and eating good food. As always, we camp out at the Westin in Wheeling, a suburb very close to our former Lincolnshire home and near several of the … Continue reading

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