Monthly Archives: August 2017

Aug 7 – Keep me from going to sleep too soon

Monday,  August 7, 2017 These early August work days feel like beginnings to me.  Summer break memories still feel recent.  Perhaps that’s why I turned to this Robert Francis poem a friend sent me early in July.  Line by line … Continue reading

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Aug 4 — “Grandmother loans out guardian angels”

Friday, August 4, 2017 Last night my sibs and I all called each other.   Mary called to tell me that Bill’s intimate friend of 60 + years had died on the golf course, a loss for all of us, … Continue reading

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Aug 1 — The Badger Ferry across the big lake — summer ending beneath a million stars

Tuesday August 1  — “here come the stars” Yesterday, I wrote the account of my travel home from vacation for two soul friends who live in Detroit.   It turned into a card honoring St. Ignatius whose feast day was … Continue reading

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