Monthly Archives: July 2009

I wrote this yesterday.

Summer                          New Moon A.T. noticed that the new moon came the day after the fortieth anniversary of the first moon landing.  A new moon, a dark spot in the sky where the moon normally transits, has an appropriate feel since … Continue reading

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Who Is a.t.?

Summer                                Sliver of the Waning Summer Moon Who is a.t.? a.t. is a personification of Ancient Trails.  Using these initials allows me to write about myself in the third person.  I’m trying it out, seeing how it feels.  Part of … Continue reading

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Toothless

Summer                         Waning Summer Moon Rigel knocked a permanent tooth out and chipped her jaw.  How did she accomplish this?  We don’t know.  Perhaps in vigorous play, the two 60+ pound puppies running full tilt and colliding?  Maybe she ran with … Continue reading

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Speed Bumps Ahead?

Summer                                   Waning Summer Moon Life has begun to take on some speed again.  The garden work.  The conference this weekend.  Sierra Club work later this afternoon.  Tours to design for the first of August.  That sort of thing. Along with … Continue reading

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A Reader’s Contribution

Summer                        Waning Summer Moon Proof that someone is, in fact, reading this.  I promise only to  report further if and when the ring is found. On a different subject:  if you don’t stop writing about searching through dog poop, I … Continue reading

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