Pennacook Falls


s. and tree shadow

We are both shadows of our former selves.


This is a (twin) town of several lived in on our Maine adventure, this one suggested as a possibility for us. We lived first in Mexico, Maine. (Yes!) Beside this town where jobs might conceivably be found to support our household should one appear. A household did in fact appear.

Here I am with my gnarly friend.  Can you tell which is me, and which the tree?

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Every Relationship

Here in Maine I have a friend. One of the best young people I know. She works in publishing, but oddly is not a great proofreader. She’s working on a mysterious fantasy I can’t wait to read, but, like a troublesome aunt, I have resisted to wait for the finished draft. I’m doing the same thing for my brother’s second book. It’s the only form of encouragement I can offer now, but think it will achieve results. We shall see.

Maybe she’s one of the best people I know because she is wise. Because she is loving and kind, and is patient to surmount difficulties. I just read one of her brilliant wise blog posts, and wanted to share with you. Jennifer Grace is her name. She blogged this back in early March, but I did not see it in part because, trivially, I was sacrificing for Lent: blog-reading and nuts (yum!).

Seven Truths that Make Their Way Into Every Relationship

And here is another at dreamingwithopeneyes


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