Category Archives: Life
by cheri As we age, we appreciate the beauty of a walk up the road. Now, however, we look for shady spots to rest awhile, out of the sun. There by the side, sweet grass grows, which in our youth, … Continue reading
by cheri sabraw Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. On a day like today, only the victims of Nazi atrocities should be in our minds and hearts. Any other tangential political topic must be avoided lest we become distracted from … Continue reading
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
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
by cheri Three days ago, on the 23rd of this month, I marked my day by dredging up the banal fact that it has been eight weeks since our kitchen and family rooms were “demoed” and the Judge and I … Continue reading
by cheri sabraw One of my most memorable dogs was Maggie, a gorgeous liver and white Springer Spaniel who coped patiently with my typewriter, my stacks of uncorrected essays written in awful cursive or those typed on thin paper with … Continue reading
by cheri Today is my birthday. I am very grateful to have reached older age in pretty good shape and with an optimistic demeanor. In honor of my birthday, I am posting several of my favorite photos.