HATS ON THE BEACH

We enjoyed a scrumptious lunch outdoors. Eating under the sun and being social warmed me in this Post-Covid (I hope) era. People seemed light and bright as they chatted between bites of food. I felt free after more than two years of confinement. We walked to the beach. I was with one of my dearest…

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THOUGHTS ABOUT TRANSITIONS

Linda Marsanico

                                                            I got to thinking about the recent changes we’ve had to make relating to Covid: wearing masks,  staying at home, hearing news of people’s deaths. We are currently viewing aggression in the  Ukraine as well as in the United States. There are so many recent transitions from our usual  way of being, and we…

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Henri and the Three Puddles

Linda Marsanico

Henri the hurricane was downgraded to a tropical storm. He still bombarded Brooklyn and connected areas with lots of rain. An example of this deluge was evident in Prospect Park last week where I bicycle. Some concave paths were covered with inches of water, interfering with easy passage. Runners could be seen moving to the…

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Playing Outside My Window

Linda Marsanico

Photo by L E Marsanico Magical, ornamental pear trees grace my window view bringing joy and light to my heart. Their short-lived white blossoms look like clusters of candy. Oblivious of Covid’s challenge, these white puffs work magic on passersby, uplifting a mood for those who walk under their umbrella and wish to gaze. The…

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