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Disasters, Deaths, Decisions

I figure the best way to deal with a hurricane or typhoon is to be somewhere else. That’s not always possible, so ‘how to survive’ advice generally talks about how to cope with wind, rain and flooding. Some advice may … Continue reading

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Progress and Vagueness

First, the good news. I’ve made some progress today. The not-so-good news is that today’s progress amounts to 30 words that I probably won’t delete before evening. On the other hand, I expect I’ll have more words finished at day’s … Continue reading

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Minnesota Spring Weather Continues

That’s what my webcam saw, a few minutes before 8:00 this morning. It’s now about 10:15 am here in central Minnesota. The view is still much the same: a bit more light, off-and-on snow and wind. Lighthearted poems about April … Continue reading

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Minnesota in the Springtime

“…I love Paris in the springtime. I love Paris in the fall….” It’s been years since I heard “I Love Paris.” Nice song, but a bit schmaltzy for today’s tastes. And nobody’s written a follow-up, expressing affection for Minnesota in … Continue reading

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