Monthly Archives: December 2018

“She has the most sand of any girl I know…”

by cheri sabraw In Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Huck says of Mary Jane Wilks, a 19-year-old girl he meets and admires and who, along with her sisters, is the object of a failed scam by the Duke and … Continue reading

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The European Onion

by cheri sabraw In psychological parlance, an onion is a metaphor for the subconscious, a place that often needs to be peeled back, layer after layer, in order to get to a problem. In most cases, the problem has rested … Continue reading

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The Honeysuckle Jasmine of it All

by cheri sabraw I took this photo last May while visiting Charleston, South Carolina. This grand Percheron, tasked with pulling a carriage load of tourists, stopped for a bite of tender shoots. He was doing something he shouldn’t–leaning in, off … Continue reading

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