Monthly Archives: July 2015

Guernsey Ruts by Jocelyn Moore

GUERNSEY RUTS I trudge beside my few belongings, cast-iron pots, china, clothing, tucked in my wheeled home, straining oxen yoked as one. Wet, cold, hungry, determined as sedge grasses cut my cotton skirt and seeds fill damp, thin leather shoes, … Continue reading

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Bhutan Friendships by Deb Hoffmann

A Friendship with Bhutan When my brother Lincoln and I grew up, we moved throughout the world. As children of an American diplomat, we lived on three continents and learned to appreciate people from other cultures. In 2010, I hosted a delightful young … Continue reading

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Dragonfly Robbery by Deb Hoffmann

Here I am all ready to write, when all of a sudden my page is filled with colorful butterflies turning weirdly into a smear of cyber-color…..then nothing happens and my mouse goes to sleep and everything is blocked, and after 2 … Continue reading

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