Category Archives: Time and calendars

What this morning felt like

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Twelfth Night

I’m trying to get away from writing about dates (away from celebrating time, as it were), because 1) it bored some of my loyal readers; 2) you can’t keep doing the same thing over and over; 3) if Jesus was … Continue reading

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New Year’s Day, 1958

One Christmas my brother got a kind of dollhouse, except it was for cars instead of people: you could park cars in a garage, fill them up at a gas station, and do all kinds of other neat things. I … Continue reading

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The Countdown

Today it seems everyone, not just me, is thinking about time, and clocks. Someone has invented a clock that will run for 10,000 years; and there’s a spooky wristwatch that counts down your life for you, but in a happy … Continue reading

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New doctor day

Text message from my doctor daughter: “All the new doctors are walking around like deer in headlights!” Don’t have voluntary surgery today, or for a few months if you can help it.

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Slow time

Memorial Day weekend: time slows down. There’s time for reading, for gardening, for catching up on Lost; time for the college graduation fireworks and the small-town band. On these three days we have world enough, and time.

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A moment in my time

Tina’s painting is on my wall; Santorini, from our trip to Greece with Terry, is on my monitor; and at 11 am I Celebrated Time here.

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