Monthly Archives: September 2011

Friedrich van Pelt

by cheri block More than once in my life I have been compared to Charles Schultz’s Lucy van Pelt. Maybe the comparison began in 1963 when I was running for Vice-President of Centerville Junior High. Except for my big wiseacre … Continue reading

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Quebec City

by cheri block Tonight, as is customary during our fall months– before winter’s chill hovers and then settles into the meadow, silencing the fall breezes that blow ten-thousand leaves off the sycamore trees–  the crickets grate a syncopated tune with … Continue reading

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Flying Continental-United Airlines: A bag’s perspective

by cheri block Here I am in Jordan. That’s right. Amman, Jordan. I’m wedged among others who don’t speak my language in the hanger of the Royal Jordanian Airlines. My arduous odyssey began innocently enough in Quebec when The Judge … Continue reading

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