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the b’ch chronicles, iii

This time of year and for a few more months, the beach becomes one of those thin places for me − you know, the kind of place where the membrane separating Heaven and earth is so thin you could almost poke … Continue reading

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Finding pennies…

I visit Trevis Gleason’s FB page and blog just about everyday. Yesterday, Trevis’s post (in the spirit of Thanksgiving) asked: “For what are you most thankful?” I am truly thankful for many things–too many to list individually on a FB comment. I tried … Continue reading

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last day on the beach

Autumn Day Lord: it is time. The summer was immense. Lay your long shadows on the sundials, and on the meadows let the winds go free. Command the last fruits to be full; give them just two more southern days, … Continue reading

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the b’ch chronicles, ii

It’s been about three and a half months since I was at the beach. Missed the whole summer crowd thing on purpose. I’m here this week for a special reason: It’s the first anniversary of my dad’s death. He would … Continue reading

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the b’ch chronicles i

Here’s my own contribution to “the girl” travel theme on the buzz this week. Yes, the girl is in the Middle East; but the girl’s mom was in the middle of Biker Week at Myrtle Beach–the big “cool” annual event sponsored by Jack Daniels … Continue reading

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