Monthly Archives: April 2012

Gratitude: Where is it?

by cheri sabraw I sat down at a local coffee hang-out in a small coastal California town that we love. Lily, the barista–an older woman, who unlike me, seems to be comfortable with the aging process–had just made me my … Continue reading

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Andreas Kluth’s book Hannibal and Me: a review

by cheri sabraw Like a skilled Navajo weaver,  author Andreas Kluth has woven the stories of history and of those people whose lives changed it, into a marvelous storyteller’s blanket, one rich with detail, color, and emotion. His book Hannibal … Continue reading

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