(Courtesy of Hometown Weekly)I stared in puzzlement as I walked into East Walpole resident Sue Richardson’s kitchen some twenty years ago. Everywhere I looked there were little pieces of paper filled with writing. They were stuck to the floor, the table, the window, the doorway and even on a chair.
We’re old friends. After taking in the scene, I finally blurted out, “What’s going on?” Continue reading
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(Article Courtesy of The Christian Science Monitor)
I have the heart of a world traveler, but the body and temperament of a day-tripper. While I love to hear of others’ travels, I have thrived by staying closer to home. By studying one place as it has changed with the seasons and the years, I have learned much about where I live and about myself as well.
Henry David Thoreau noted wryly, “I have traveled a great deal in Concord.” Over the years I have echoed his sentiments as I have “traveled a great deal” around Silver Lake, my home of these past 30 years. This small lake community, south of Boston, has helped me not only to understand but to welcome, or at least to make peace with, the relentless change in my world.