Monthly Archives: May 2007

Little flags

When I was growing up we spent most Memorial Day weekends in Boyne City with my cousins. Long weekends always seemed like a good excuse to go to grandma’s. Most of my Memorial Day memories fade into the tapestry of … Continue reading

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Notes on reading from your friendly neighborhood cancer writer

So, you know how I promised (and then took back) a review of Kem Nunn’s Tijuana Straits? Well, I have yet to finish it, which is quite in line with the way my reading has been going, as of late. … Continue reading

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Thanks, a public service announcement, and a meme

First, thank all of you so much for your kind birthday wishes for S. We had a wonderful weekend with lots of grilled meat and beerĀ until yesterday, when S. woke up with a flu/cold/upper respiratory kind of thing. Unlike the … Continue reading

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Thanks, a Public Service Announcement and a Meme

First, thank all of you so much for your kind birthday wishes for S. We had a wonderful weekend with lots of grilled meat and beerĀ until yesterday, when S. woke up with a flu/cold/upper respiratory kind of thing. Unlike the … Continue reading

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And now, it’s S.’s turn

Poor S. In an attempt to make sure he’s ungoogleable come job-hunt time I’ve had to relegate him to an initial, and thus, everybody (mostly) that I write about to an initial, perhaps a foolish consistency but one that appeals … Continue reading

Posted in Hopelessly Indulgent Reflection, The Private | 12 Comments

Shrooming with my parents

Northern Michigan is waking up from a long winter, almost but not quite ready for Memorial Day and the influx of metro-Detroiters who will make their way every Friday evening “up north,” to cabins and cottages and campgrounds on the … Continue reading

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Writing status

Making my list Monday helped immeasurably. I since started another list next to my computer about possible blog topics so I should be good to go for quite some time, with plenty of room to rant and rave as as … Continue reading

Posted in Time for a Hundred Visions and Revisions | 11 Comments