Tag Archives: dementia

COULD IT REALLY BE COLONEL ANGUS?

I’ve got a Christopher Walken SNL dvd, some of his best sketches as a guest host. It’s one of the things I can watch when I really need to laugh and can’t. It’s going to be an interesting and challenging new year … Continue reading

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In memory . . .

Miriam Alice Your departure is marked by smoke, a grayish-white plume lifting to simple blue sky. Nothing magical here, you might tell me, that is, if you had a voice I could actually hear. Your remains have been scratched into … Continue reading

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Articulate colors and shimmering words

It’s been about 46 years so I could be wrong, but I believe my earliest experiences with painting in school–probably in 1st grade–firmly established my unwavering and unconditional adoration of the color I now identify as cobalt blue.  Although I already … Continue reading

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