Just Leave Them Alone . . . and they will learn

Feeling a little bit lost today.  After the hoopla of last week’s family reunion, it is awfully quiet around here.  We had (I think) close to 70 people at one time including 9 of my grandchildren, both daughters, and our … Continue reading

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First Post From My New Writing Studio

Since high school I have been studying and writing in coffee shops, bars, and restaurants.  It started when I worked until 11:00 p.m. at Dot’s Café in downtown Cass Lake.  I was fifteen—actually illegal to be working—but I loved going … Continue reading

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A little girl reads . . . and becomes a child of the world

No, I won’t talk about endless snow and below zero night and day and earth so that frozen pipes burst and birds waiting for a sign of spring. I’d rather talk about the moment I stepped outside the other day … Continue reading

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