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By the light of the silvery aurora

October 14, 2012


There is nothing I love more than storycatching, and of all the stories that come my way the ones that intrigue me the most offer a glimpse into the creative process. There I was wide awake at dark-thirty Saturday morning, mousing around on the computer looking for something absorbing to take me out of my […]

One good line deserves another

May 24, 2012


I am delighted to have fences painted this week by Katherine and Margie, as Rob the Firefighter is in town and we are off gallivanting. More later.

Some things bear watching

March 22, 2012


Miss Sadie and the Cowboy spent all day yesterday enjoying the nice weather out on the deck. I realize that Miss Sadie’s ears are back, but that’s because she does not particularly like being photographed. The Cowboy ignored the camera. He was a resolute Watch Spaniel. No chipmunks would be allowed on the premises. We […]

Dancing with wolves, remembering Elvis

January 20, 2012


Margie Guyot can always be counted on for interesting stories. Quite possibly it has to do with an original turn of mind, and a collection of eccentric friends.

Blood on the moon out along the flat road

October 14, 2011


Just when I need it most, friends appear with riches. It's been like that all week.

Hatching good ideas in Detroit and bobcats on the flat road

September 30, 2011


I could not decide between these subjects and concluded that I did not have to. You get them both, an embarrassment of riches.