Monthly Archives: June 2013

Monsanto: GMOs Supposedly Identical to Natural Crops On Safety, but Unique for Patent Enforcement?

Monsanto: GMOs Supposedly Identical to Natural Crops On Safety, but Unique for Patent Enforcement?. Yes and we are “substantially equivalent” to pigs.  It is those small differences that make all the difference!

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Gratitude

It takes so little time to stop and say thank you and it adds so much to the speaker and the recipient–or is it the recipient and the giver?  How is it that we can be so thoughtlessly busy that … Continue reading

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For Abbie

The need to write, the yearning heart Impels the braver ones to start. So many try, but few are chosen To publish words of silk or poison. Pen to paper, mind and eye Look within or scan the sky. Some … Continue reading

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Sorting papers, sorting lives

Since my mother-in-law died I have been sorting papers.  It is interesting to see the things a person saves and perhaps cherishes, things that from the outside have little meaning.  There are a few things of course that stand out, … Continue reading

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Two Old Women

In Alaska the tribes we might refer to generally as Eskimos are culturally and linguistically distinct, speaking as many as two dozen or more separate but somewhat related Athabaskan languages.  Despite their differences nearly all the tribes in Alaska share … Continue reading

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So it’s 4:00 in the morning

So it’s 4:00 in the morning and I am lying in bed wide awake, thinking of any number of random things.  I think about Jake and Carly Parker, the characters in my upcoming novel, Rescue in Panama, and I wonder … Continue reading

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