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StoneHeads (or Crackers & Poo)

Finally … for my heart’s contentment … there are more Stoneheads this year: little guys found hiding in blocks of soapstone and busted out especially for this occasion. Yet, even with all the chiseling and scraping and filing and sanding, … Continue reading

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Wild Things

It’s amazing how beautiful so many little things are when you’re walking in the woods: cones and acorns, seeds and pods, things that used to be flowers… You can take pictures of them but , somehow, two dimensions doesn’t seem … Continue reading

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The Ocean and Me

One step into the water. It’s so COLD. It doesn’t feel friendly at all. Not at first. But I wade in trying to be brave. The ocean scares me. It’s the waves. Here comes one now. Right at me. A … Continue reading

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Mushrooms

Mushrooms are weird. Sure, I eat them but I think I like looking at them more. I mean, they’re fungus. Which is gross. But then … gross things are, kind of by definition, fascinating; like zits and scabs, … politicians … Continue reading

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Eve

It’s the eve. The eve of things all Fall and Fairy. And despite three evil spells and a hex laid on our transport plus a disturbing hitch in the git along of someone’s vainglorious glamour, we are transported and constructed … Continue reading

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New Hats

Hats: costumes for your head. You can completely change your entire identity just by changing your hat! Come and see if I have a hat for YOUR identity! Or for your secret identity! Or for the identity you want to … Continue reading

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Magic Potion

This is a completely innocuous, madly potent, over-the-counter cure for itchy bits like poison ivy, poison oak, mosquito bites, etc. This is a home remedy. It is FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. It is NOT guaranteed. NOT FDA approved, NOT tested … Continue reading

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