Monthly Archives: April 2018

Spring Beach

  Fickle Spring is a tease. One sweet day followed by wind swept chill. But palpable quickening is evident. Sunbeams dance as waves tease the shore. The occasional beach stroller, newly sans hat and gloves, will notice a softness to … Continue reading

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Hopeful Signs

  tentative and shy peeking from sunny corners hopeful signs of spring

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Memory Jog

Interesting how one thought leads to another. How one experience brings a memory into clear focus. A recent cooking class that included couscous was a reminder of a delightful dish from the Jerusalem cookbook. I hadn’t made it for about … Continue reading

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April Snow

April snow seems wrong somehow. Sheer affront to newly surfaced crocuses. Enticed by the promise of a warm sun, tender buds rose in answer. Their greeting dashed by snow’s chilly response. Like sturdy New Englanders, they will accept the moisture and … Continue reading

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