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New England in My Mind

Like New England, my seasons change. I run hot and cold and in between. I am consumed with preparing for what the weather is likely to bring. I know the acorns will fall and the snow will pile up against

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Swaying to the Pandemic

When the Pandemic sunk in and I started staying home whenever possible, I had a hard time wrapping my head around a few things. First, I was used to running out to the grocery store on a whim. Public health

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Rethinking Protein

UPDATE.   “The little gummies are packed with protein, but not from soy or gelatine. They are instead made from an edible, jumping insect – locusts, which are a type of grasshopper.” —BBC NEWS Story, Sept. 23, 2021 ♠ ♣

Posted in Travel Posts, World Glimpses

Ebb and Flow

In June, I was earnestly studying language on DuoLingo.com. I perfected my details, adding two day trips to my itinerary. Enter, the Delta Variant. My destination was among the top ten to avoid because of COVID. In August, I’m postponing

Posted in Thinking Travel

Couch Potato

The Couch Potato’s Moment of Truth Sometime in my thirty-sixth year, I was climbing up a mountain in the steamy greenery of Vietnam.  Lagging behind the rest of the hiking group by a quite a distance, I could only work

Posted in Just for Fun