Sunday, June 22, 2003


My work, particularly my art work, always took precedent over my family. I loved my daughter and I included her in all aspects of my life, but ultimately I made choices that circumvented my family's needs. That now my daughter can still love me is a testament to how deep feelings can survive... Sign in to see full entry.

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Wednesday, June 18, 2003


The bunch I bought for RG a few days ago is turning brown. It won't matter to him. He loves bananas. He eats at least one every day. My Grandfather loved bananas too. He favored them when they were almost black, practically gone liquid. That's when they were the sweetest. My grandaughter loves... Sign in to see full entry.

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Sunday, June 15, 2003


We both like Arlo and Janis, the comic strip by Jimmy Johnson. Some mornings RG has already cut it out of the paper and left it for me next to my coffee cup. Recently a strip showed Arlo and Janis sitting in the yard talking. Suddenly we see a squirrel fall out of a tree, tangle itself in Janis's... Sign in to see full entry.

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Dad's Day, giving in to Hallmark

My first impetus is to call my son-in-law to wish him a happy Father's Day. Having been instrumental in turning my daughter into a mother and me now a first time grandmother I thought he deserved recognition for that feat. But I hesitate. Both he and my daughter lost their dads when they were still... Sign in to see full entry.

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Saturday, June 14, 2003


On the bus to work Friday. One stop before mine in Watertown square a well dressed, bleached blond, middle aged woman, who looks slightly familiar is trying to exit the bus. The driver, a black guy (who is one of my favorites as he always announces stops and frequently waits for me as I dash for him... Sign in to see full entry.

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