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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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More Disasters

The good news is that folks on the Gulf Coast probably won’t be affected by Hurricane Irma. Not directly. Cleanup and rebuilding there is taking a back seat to news of this weekend’s hurricane and Mexico’s major earthquake. I’ll be … Continue reading

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