Monthly Archives: September 2010

Gabriel barked

There’s a bumper sticker around town: wag more, bark less. This isn’t about that. I’ve been trying to meditate recently, and like everything I tend to love best in the world, it’s kind of a mishmash of tradition and jerry-rigged … Continue reading

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misremembrance

The novelist Graham Greene has been quoted someplace as saying, “A good novelist has a bad memory,” as if holding too closely to what actually is is anathema to what might be. But there’s another way of looking at it … Continue reading

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Housekeeping

One of the first days of clear autumn sky happened suddenly, the way it always does, as if abruptly the world jolted into the appropriate season, as abruptly as the jarring click of the clock’s minute hand as it moved … Continue reading

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