Monthly Archives: November 2014

feeding back, feeding others, feeding soul

Jammin’ at Founders (photo by Cheryl  Thompson Schuch)  The week started loud, like I like it. Feedback 2014: What a blast. The Honeytones’ 20th anniversary gig to benefit Access, its food pantries and anti-poverty programs was every bit as glorious … Continue reading

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finding warmth in winter ice

Winter ice has encased my house. It hangs from my gutters like tinsel on a Christmas tree or stalactites in a cave, dripping in columns up to 10 feet long. Unless they melt away today I will be imprisoned. Last … Continue reading

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Emily, Max and Father Time: love you all

So I recently looked up my daughter on the website of State University of New York-Canton, the upstate New York school where she teaches. I wanted to see if she had a photo of herself in the faculty listing yet. … Continue reading

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