Monthly Archives: March 2014

March, Part 2

March, Part 2 So about that “in like a lion, out like a lamb” saying. March came in like a mighty lion, roared all month, and is still large and in charge. Our forecast for today, though it may get … Continue reading

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Flinch

Flinch Playing games is a much-loved tradition in my family. And I don’t mean the psychological games described by Eric Berne in “The Games People Play.” I mean card games and board games ranging from War, Old Maid, and Go … Continue reading

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Bailey

  Bailey (1990-2002) Bailey never liked me. Most cats do, but Bailey didn’t. I tried to like her, but it is pretty hard to like a cat who sits and sneers at you. I kid you not. She would sit … Continue reading

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March Winds

March Winds From the archives of Dorothy Corson A moaning, groaning wintry wind Comes whipping through the air. The cold March winds are here again, So everyone beware. They playfully tweak a small boy’s cap, A gust for a line … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day They say everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, and, believe me, growing up in the Boston area, if you weren’t already Irish, you pretended to be on March 17th. And, no wonder. Boston is the most Irish-American … Continue reading

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Adult Shaken Head Syndrome

Adult Shaken Head Syndrome Not to make light of shaken head syndrome in infants, when I so often  find myself shaking my head at things I read or hear, I jokingly  say I will  soon have Adult Shaken Head Syndrome. … Continue reading

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Upskirting

Upskirting Do you know what Upskirting is? Well, neither did I until last week when it became the number one news item in the Boston media. On March 5th, Massachusetts’ highest court ruled that secretly photographing under a woman’s skirt … Continue reading

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