Monthly Archives: May 2013

FTAC – A Comment on Web Time Back when, I would be done . . . and perhaps working on my own work . . . or working on a photograph . . . or a piece of music. With multiple blogs, the Facebook nexus, news … Continue reading

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Rainbow Over Lowe’s, Hagerstown, Maryland, July 23, 2008

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Reading – Richard Adams – _The Girl in A Swing_

I’m sorry I marked the first paragraph of the first chapter of this old and deckle edged first edition, but even so slightly used, oh what a still magical and mysterious experience the reading remains. Adams’ work reminds: while a … Continue reading

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Resting Deep

I can feel it: this ain’t gonna be no nap. “If you had it to do over again . . . .” What if you do have it to do over again? This time without the brow beating, the screaming, … Continue reading

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Detail, Suncatcher Windchime, Hunter Hill, May 5, 2013


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Eating Chocolate, Sipping Coffee

Two days: no sales on the Amazon Kindle e-publishing adventure. ūüė¶ I’ve read Nicholas Sparks, and I so do not wish to write that badly. Then too, I’m practically in Nora Roberts’ back yard — true: 30 minutes, if that, … Continue reading

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Published! For Kindle.

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Oppenheim, James S. ¬†A Younger Soul: Seven Short Stories. ¬†Hagerstown, Maryland: Communicating Arts, 2013. The busyness enabled by the web — the Facebook thing and its 570 buddies; the several blogs; the…

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