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Curtains, Hunter Hill, March 3, 2012

Winter’s done. We’ve had snow on the ground here since Thanksgiving but nothing memorable, and today broke out sunny, warming, signalling. I’ll be pleased to call this last the most isolated winter. The character of it mumbles through in so … Continue reading

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I’ve Had Three Days

I’ve had three days, and I think that’s long enough to get over myself (and whatever it is that’s been bothering me and whose details I shall not divulge). I am a free man! Hot danish and Pete’s coffee — … Continue reading

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Sabbath, July 20, 2012

I don’t now whether to call this evening freedom with plenty or an old bachelor’s solitary confinement, but I know I’m going to rest alone over that question the better part of a day. For causes bad and good, I … Continue reading

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