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Poetry

Poetry

Happy New Year! It’s June (not October)

2 months ago

No, it's not October, but unbelievably it is mid-June! A little testing hiccup recently re-sent subscribers a posting from October. Thanks to those of you who noticed! Incentive enough for me to write my Happy New Year message! What?? But it's June! And I say Wabi Sabi. I have Sheri Salata and Nancy Hala of the This is Fifty podcast to thank for my introduction[...]

Is it October already?

Poetry

Is it October already?

3 months ago

So many things to catch up on but today’s story couldn’t wait for to find just the right time to write. I have had quite a few Pie-ventures in the past few months and I look forward to updating my Pie Stops with coast to coast pies in Martha’s Vineyard, Washington, D.C., Miami and Seattle! But today is about poetry. My husband and I are[...]

Happy Father’s Day- or a little Pieppreciation

Poetry

Happy Father’s Day- or a little Pieppreciation

1 year ago

I’ve been thinking lately about family legacy, memories and pie. My friend Carole Murko with Heirloom Meals celebrates treasured family recipes and the memories that accompany them. For many people, pie memories relate to a mother or a grandmother’s passed down recipes.  Like Chrissy Kinsman who I met on Martha’s Vineyard recently, who holds vivid memories of her Grandmother Helen baking, especially biscuits. Chrissy still[...]

Put on your Sunday Clothes

Poetry

Put on your Sunday Clothes

1 year ago

This is me, second from the right, at age ‘almost 7’ in New York City. My first trip to Broadway to see Hello Dolly! in its inaugural year starring Carol Channing.  This is my first recollection of the thrill of song and lyric, and the beginning of my dream to become a Broadway star, which later morphed into wishing to become Barbra Streisand. I digress.[...]