Monthly Archives: August 2014

An earthquake of years

by cheri sabraw In my walk around a little beach community where we have a tiny house, I am amused by all of those old folks feeding birds. Some of those old folks, in their retirement, have taken up bird-house building. … Continue reading

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In Your Own Backyard

  by cheri sabraw Most of us  have read Paulo Coehlo’s The Alchemist, the prototypical tale of a traveler’s search for meaning, who  discovers what he had been looking for in his own backyard. He accomplished this revelation by the hard … Continue reading

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Queen Joan

  by cheri block   Yesterday, handmaiden that I am, I paid a short visit to Queen Joan and concluded on my way back to my humble quarters that there are some people in the world who are so special … Continue reading

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The Annex

by cheri sabraw This weathered structure  sits like an old, wrinkled Indian storyteller, waiting for a little one to beg for a tale about “the way it used to be.” Once Tom and Kate Palache’s cook’s cabin, it has rested way too … Continue reading

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