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Girl Crush

Last Sunday, our corner of the night sky was graced with a full moon called a “Tiny Hunter”. Tiny, because the moon was at the furthest point in its elliptical orbit. Hunter, because this time of year harvested fields leave … Continue reading

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Of Rings and Romans

Eggs are a favorite food of mine.  A breakfast plate is hardly complete without a couple of the fried, scrambled, or omelette-d variety. They’re delicious for lunch in an egg salad sandwich, or for dinner in a chef’s salad or … Continue reading

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Sphere Elegance

I love full moons.  They look a little too perfect to be one of nature’s essential elements and too large for the vast universe that surrounds them.  Yet there they are, perched silently above the horizon every month or so, … Continue reading

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