Monthly Archives: January 2017

Beep! Beep!

by cheri sabraw For twenty years I have told the story about what a sharp-shooter my father Hugh was. Why, as the family lore and legend go, while in the military at White Sands Proving Ground, New Mexico, in 1954–when … Continue reading

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Our Committee

by cheri sabraw Within our minds, like a corral full of transhumant donkeys and their shepherds,  a committee resides. The committee is influential, detrimental, and experimental. Not everyone has the same size committee. The more members you have, the harder … Continue reading

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How to live a real life, revisited

by cheri block sabraw Five years have passed since I wrote How to Live  a Real Life, the post that every year since has been read  more than any other post I have ever written. Upon revisiting this post this … Continue reading

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On teaching

by cheri block sabraw In between learning how to oil paint, trying to take off the 4 pounds I put on during the holiday season (pasta, enchiladas, Chardonnay), and coping with a pesky Labrador retriever beset with acute cabin fever, … Continue reading

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Quail new year

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