Monthly Archives: June 2014

Home-hunting

I’m sitting at a table in front of my computer in someone else’s house in the little town of Thessalon, an hour and a half east of Sault Ste. Marie. It’s an unlikely place for a lively writing community, but … Continue reading

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Musings on an aging world

I think I’ve given myself a lot of leeway by saying from the outset that this blog would be about moving on in time and space. It’s hard to imagine anything that couldn’t be justified under that umbrella. The house … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on stuff and home

We’ve been looking at some houses, potential homes. Then we come “home” and I simply can’t imagine any other. So, what is home? It’s about as hackneyed a question as I can imagine. “Home is where the heart is,” it … Continue reading

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