Category Archives: New York

I Killed a Mouse

And I don’t mean that metaphorically. We have mice. It is one of those things. We live on a farm. I can see a patch of woods from out the bedroom window. And the preserve is across the field. Critters … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

I did not make any resolutions for the new year. That being said, there is something that feels new on January first. The feeling that all of the wrongs can be righted. That that an incorrect path taken can be … Continue reading

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Stretchy

As everyone on the East Coast knows, the holiday season brings households full of sugar and fat. We are no different. I bought a giant plastic container for it all today (so no mice avail themselves of it). I don’t … Continue reading

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Full

Last night, I was reading a book. Curled up on the big leather chair. Trying to read and not get in bed before 7:00 p.m. It is harder than you think in these times of darkness and cold. Anyway, I … Continue reading

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The Dark

  Originally this post was going to be about the influx of bees into our apartment. I have a really great picture of the nest that they found when they sawed out part of the ceiling in the overhang that … Continue reading

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PT

  I have been going to physical therapy for a couple of weeks now. I began going when I found myself unable to properly put my bra on anymore. Despite shooting pain down my arm and the inability to move … 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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