Monthly Archives: September 2011

And a sunset, for balance

The remnants of last night’s sunset –

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Waving at September in the rear view mirror

September, gone? Really? Where in the HECK did it go? Where all good months go, to that big Recycle Bin in the sky, I guess. And it was a good month. If every month could go as the last half … Continue reading

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Sunrise, part 2

The view from my living room/patio yesterday morning, looking south (or maybe southeast) over the marsh…

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Sunrise

What better way to start the week than at the beach? St. Augustine Beach…

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Supporting a good cause

My friend and author JD Gordon has set up a benefit sale of his recent book, Dartboard, to benefit his friend Dr. Buddy Martin, who recently lost a battle to an aggressive viral infection. Buddy left a young daughter behind, … Continue reading

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Perceptions

A dear friend, and loyal blog-follower, wrote to me the other day and mentioned that he thought I seemed unsettled and fundamentally unhappy. And it was surprising to me because I’m actually walking around on Cloud 9 these days. (Well, … Continue reading

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Wise words

My dear friend Woody said something last night that I told him I was going to steal, because it is priceless. We were talking about relationships, and I commented that you’d think I would have learned more about them by … Continue reading

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