Category Archives: Creativity

A Poem and a Picture: Pip’s Christmas

I’m working on a “Christmas” post that should be ready by tomorrow morning. But in case it’s not, here’s something seasonal and slightly silly. Pip’s Christmas ‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the shop Nothing was stirring, you … Continue reading

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Reading, Writing, Preferences, Priorities, and Acts 1:8

I enjoy reading. Some folks don’t. I have no idea what fraction of readers boast of their bookish practices. Or how many non-readers argue that reading is a waste of time. Apart, perhaps, from their occasional dip into a how-2 … Continue reading

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Hubris, Stories, and That Which Might Exist

My view of legacies and smudged footnotes, Homer and hubris, Continue reading

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Weekend

I started writing about a Florida fish farm that’s raising salmon for American groceries. Salmon don’t live in Florida’s lakes and rivers. The water’s too warm. Besides, they only spend part of their lives in fresh water. That’s why the … Continue reading

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