Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Christmas Greeting

“It seems to me that I have always wanted to say the same thing in my books: that life is one, that mystery is all around us, that yesterday, today and tomorrow are all spread out in the pattern of … Continue reading

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The Messy House

Our house is an ungodly mess this morning.  Boxes are piled everywhere, and bags (large white plastic or heavy paper with handles) are  strewn around with apparent abandon in accordance with some scheme known only to Helen.  Such messes are normal in late … Continue reading

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The Silent House

The silence is the most noticeable thing.  It looms and swirls just beyond human comprehension.  It is a caged, infrared beast seeking to reassert its dominance over the premises it rules whenever we are not in residence.  I am almost too weak to keep it at … Continue reading

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