Monthly Archives: October 2012

autumn leaves

Humor me, please. I am loving this thing called fall: chilly mornings and Indian Summer afternoons in Louisville, the northern-most Southern city. Houston lacks a true spring and fall. Sure, winter days are crisp and the sky is ever blue, … Continue reading

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Darkness to Light

Morning walks with Jack, the hound, start in darkness in late October. Though school buses are already mid-route and neighbors sip their second cup, only streetlights and the moon light our path. After eight years in Texas, I am reminded … Continue reading

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art show finds

Saturday morning, bright and early, we ventured into Old Louisville to the St. James Court Art Show. The show, founded in 1957 by the local neighborhood association, showcases the work of more than 700 artists, and was voted best in … Continue reading

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Memory fails

From seat 5A, I gaze out at the Ohio hills, greens slowly turning to yellow and crimson with the fall. This is my 4th flight in three days. Long ago, on those early morning Southwest flights back home to DC, I … Continue reading

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