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The best granola you’ll ever taste – Bingo Granola!

June 10th, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Bingo Granola!  Yes indeed, that is the name!  It’s made in Brattleboro, Vermont and I buy it at Greenfield’s Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings.   I’ve just finished the bottom of my second bag.  I often eat it with a little maple syrup (not really necessary – just to please my sweet tooth) and on top […]

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I don’t mean what you understand

May 15th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Uncategorized

Heard on the playground today from a three and half year old child who just wasn’t convinced that school was happening at the playground.  The last day of school was being celebrated at a local park with family invited, snacks, a story teller, lots of running and rolling down slides, and lunch.  But this little […]

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Shaker Spring Forum

April 4th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Communal Societies, Shaker, Site Seeing, travel, Uncategorized

I sit typing in a room used since 1857 as a spiritual meeting place by the Shakers of this community.  How fascinating to sit in the middle of this room using wireless and a laptop in a space once used to observe one’s spiritual beliefs.  I sit and imagine how odd it feels and wonder […]

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Ahead, behind, or what?

March 27th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Musings, Uncategorized, Work

Today I was at a conference at Umass Boston, with my trusty new touch iPod in hand with hopes that I could blog, check emails, etc. while in attendance.  Did any of those happen?  Just one – one little email.    Was it my iPod? NO.   Was it me?  MAYBE   Was it the frustration of technology?  […]

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How old will you be this weekend?

December 12th, 2008 · 4 Comments · Children, Important People, Musings, Uncategorized

A rare moment is about to happen in my house: I’m not going to win the lottery, and as far as I know it won’t be 90 degrees tomorrow, nor will I wake up 25 years old. Or maybe I will. Tomorrow my two children and grandchild come to visit for a short 48 hours. […]

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