Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Hand

by cheri block My father Hugh’s right arm  could rotate like a Ferris wheel and elongate all the way to the back seat of our Buick Vista Dome station wagon. This superhuman feat Hugh could accomplish while also driving at … Continue reading

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Our Nest

by cheri sabraw Those of us who have been in long-term relationships can speak to the power of silence. All that might be said, has been said. Many times over. So I’ve taken, at times,  to employing non-verbal communication signaled … Continue reading

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The Frog Princes

by cheri sabraw Since my mother died, it’s been a reflective several months for me. I have thought a great deal about aging but more about vitality–how to keep it and nourish it. This evening, the glorious rain that has … Continue reading

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