Category Archives: Personal Stories

Women Athletes

What do you think of when you think of women in sports? Or perhaps, I should ask: who do you think of? Of course there are the Williams sisters, Venus and Serena. And the Seattle Storm and Minnesota Lynx basketball … Continue reading

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Women Athletes

What do you think of when you think of women in sports? Or perhaps, I should ask: who do you think of? Of course there are the Williams sisters, Venus and Serena. And the Seattle Storm and Minnesota Lynx basketball … Continue reading

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How To Get along Without…What You Love

I get a long without you very well… you know I do… Except in spring … But I should never think of spring … The song is playing on my earphones – a song I long have felt close to, … Continue reading

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The Self Story

Some European writer friends and I were discussing American literature one day, when one noticed that we Americans seem intrigued with personal stories, whether told in memoir or in fiction. When I got home I looked at the New Books … Continue reading

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Nature Rocks!

My friends think I’ve gone goofy! But there are a few who know what I mean when I talk about my “experiences with nature” (to put it gently). Let me tell you about them (my family is tired of hearing … Continue reading

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