Monthly Archives: August 2018

A Giant Loses a Limb

by cheri sabraw We were lying in bed yesterday morning, listening to the delightful sounds of a morning coming to consciousness: Turkeys stepping through dry leaves, finches singing to their mates, blue jays squawking at will and the 6:30 am … Continue reading

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The Bayeux Tapestry and the Channel Crossing

Originally posted on Notes from Around the Block:
by cheri block sabraw In the dark winter of 2010, I listened to an engaging lecture on the Bayeux Tapestry given by Dr. Linda Paulson of Stanford University. On the screen behind…

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Edna Mode

by Cheri E. Mode My new, young dental hygienist told my brother, the dentist, that I scared her. I was, well, shocked beyond shocked. OMG. A kind, funny, focused person like me–petite, interested, interesting, conversant, curious, and focused (did I … Continue reading

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