Monthly Archives: March 2014

Words

I’ve gone through stages with language. In junior high school I read novels and high-brow magazines, and wrote lists of the words I didn’t know.  There were a lot of them.  Common wisdom is that you’ll learn a word if … Continue reading

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My education as a woman – Joe (in which I come full circle and experience a half-assed redemption)

With this task of breaking my life into manageable pieces I’m going to start easy. This story says something about the kind of person I was. I have changed. I’d like to think it’s not because at my age I … Continue reading

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My education as a woman – part 1 (in which I digress)

This is not part of my education as a woman. It’s part of what I know as a human. The pieces came together over 40 or more years, and the story begs to be told. When I was 5, Gary … Continue reading

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My education as a woman – introduction

I’m calling this “My education as a woman.”  I’ve learned a lot, most of it useless.  I think it might be fun to write about some of it before I’m too old to remember any of it.  I don’t think … Continue reading

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