Category Archives: fear

Ages and Ages

Last week we volunteered at the Harvest Festival at my Aunt’s church. The Harvest Festival markets itself as the North Fork’s largest yard sale. I believe this to be true. Pretty much as soon as the Festival ends, the church … Continue reading

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One Year

Today we have been living at our small farm apartment for one year. It is Labor Day weekend and the population of the North Fork of Long Island seems to have doubled. Wherever I have gone this weekend, there has … Continue reading

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Human Touch

Today I went into the office. On the way, we stopped at the grocery store where there is a Starbucks. My son and his dad walked past the SB to pick up a breakfast sandwich. While I was on the … Continue reading

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Testing

When I moved to NY, my mom got me a PO box in the town that I thought I was going to live in. I had asked her to just check it out. She wanted to be helpful and I … Continue reading

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The City

Have you heard that it is spring? I did too. People kept saying it. And while it is true that there is way more light in the day (no more sunsetting feelings at 3:30), it is still cold. It was … Continue reading

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Boxed In

When you move it is all about the boxes. A while ago I started sending random things to my mom. When you are moving and you know you are moving, it is best to put things aside to send as … Continue reading

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Dead Bunnies & HIPAA Violations

Earlier this week it was cold but at least the wind was not blowing. I really wanted to get out for a run so I waited until around 10:00 a.m. because maybe it would be warmer and finally got myself … Continue reading

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