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Here We Go

Summer and the Lughnasa Moon Wednesday gratefuls: Trash pickup. Significant rain yesterday and last night. Coolness. Kate’s reading. Right now, All the King’s Men. Her honesty. The deepening of our time together. Mutuality. More of that. Turbination. Money. CBE. Zoom. Lights. Electricity. Solar panels. My keyboard. The third phase. Week I, vacation. Missing my workouts […]

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A Hard Place to Be

Summer and the Moon of Justice Sunday gratefuls: My partner, Kate. Our sweet girl, Rigel. And, our good boy, Kepler. Kate’s stoma site looking better. The front yard, looking clean and foresty with the stumps gone. The backyard looking good, will look better before Labor Day. Window cleaners, gutter cleaners in August. Yeah. Rethinking our […]

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Day Two: Vacation

Summer and the Moon of Justice Friday gratefuls: Darkening. Longer nights. Rain. Cool weather. Tears. Kate, always Kate. Seoah yesterday on Kakao. Joe, too. Peak Windows. Black Mountain. My staycation. Murphy’s Smoke House. Amber. Time. New perspective. Space. Immanuel Kant. Philosophy. Gov. Polis’ finally orders masks. The waning of Trump’s influence on the Covid outbreak. […]

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Needed

Summer and the Moon of Justice Wednesday gratefuls: Mary’s recovery. Nasal polyp removal. Anitha, her bestie caring for her at home. Meeting with our financial advisor, RJ. Zoom. The health of our corpus. The three Earth countries sending visitors to Red Mars. Tianwen, Perseverance, Hope. China, USA, UAE. The night sky. Our stumpless front yard. […]

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Monday, Monday

Summer and the Moon of Justice Monday gratefuls: Sleep. Slept in this am. Gettin’ things done. Carne asada from Tony’s. Cooking. Coffee. Water. Gas and fire. Compressors. The freezer. The refrigerator. Rain yesterday. Madam Secretary. Patriotism. Colorado. Minnesota. Indiana. Wisconsin. Crete. Knossos. Ephesus. Delphi. Angkor Wat. Cahokia. The Colosseum. The Appian Way. Ovid. The Metamorphsis. […]

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Stinkin’ Hot

Summer and the Moon of Justice Sunday gratefuls: The nights are getting longer. Kate had good day yesterday. Made further progress on organizing the garage. Joe made jucy lucy’s for Seoah tonight (Singapore time). Rigel with her head resting on Kate’s stomach. Neighbors up to something. A steel container unit at Jude’s, an Airstream at […]

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The Old Home State

Summer and the Moon of Justice Friday & Saturday gratefuls: Cool mornings. Hot days. Waning of the tree pollen. Seoah and Joe. Smiling. Together. Kate. Her equanimous nature. Challenged. Ice cream. White Castle frozen sliders. Air conditioning. A medicated foam helping Kate’s stoma site. Puracyn. That damned virus. Changing us. The ongoing decompensation of Donald. […]

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Go Away From My Window

Summer and the Moon of Justice Thursday gratefuls: A less than .1 PSA. Lowest it can be for that test. Amber, the wound care nurse. Lisa, the receptionist and friendly person. Finally getting an appointment to clear up the angry skin around Kate’s feeding tube. Iowa pork. Napa Cabbage. Publication of the Grammar of Holiness […]

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Blood test

Summer and the Moon of Justice Tuesday gratefuls: PSA. PSA test. Prostate cancer. Life’s precious days. The Shofar. Pride. Sorrow. Will James. His proposal for the Trees too close to the house. Rick Standler who’s coming by this week to grind the stumps. Cleaning the garage. Finally. Gusting Wind. Clear, blue Sky over Black Mountain. […]

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Ordinary Time

Summer and the full Moon of Justice peaking over Black Mountain Monday gratefuls: Seeing Jon, Ruth, Gabe. Rain. Cooling a hot day. Beau Jo’s pizza. Folks in masks in Evergreen. Simple Green. A good mop. Lysol and Tough wipes. Clean toilets and floors. The whole yard looking neater. Seoah closer to finishing quarantine. Old friends. […]

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