One Day One day after another— Perfect. They all fit. --By Robert Creeley, from The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley: 1945-1975. Copyright © 2006 by Robert Creeley.
Ask anyone who knows us. We don't rush into things. We study the situation. We agonize over the details. We talk out the possibilities, mentally try out a series of "what-ifs", watch the wind, wait for the stars to align. We think of alternatives that delay further decisions. We come up with Plan A, then… Continue reading Potential
One thing leads to another. A friend's daughter reads Orangette, where she recently saw a recipe for blueberry-oat scones. She made the scones for my friend. My friend sent me the recipe. How could I resist? Thinking about the blueberry scones made me think about things I could slather on them before shoving them into… Continue reading The fruits of our Labor Day