Lucky-Lou

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DSC_0261Photos of Lucky: Stephen Kenny (my brother-in-law)

The years after my divorce were pivotal ones for me. I came out of my shell and into my own. It’s not really that I learned to stand on my own two feet, so much as I learned that I had always been able to take care of myself. Continue reading “Lucky-Lou”

Don’t Challenge my Husband…Please!

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My husband and I found love much later than most. Then in my mid-forties, I had been a divorced, single Mom for over a decade. My husband, then in his early fifties, was a widower. Love came as a complete surprise to both of us, and we vowed to cherish and carefully cultivate what we had found. Continue reading “Don’t Challenge my Husband…Please!”

Twin Bed

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Twin Bed

I am not a traveller. I am a homebody who is content to sit in my armchair, dog at my feet, cat on the armrest beside me, sipping a cup of coffee and watching the river flow by outside my window. Continue reading “Twin Bed”

Last Kiss

Sometime in my son’s late teens, it occurred to me that I could not remember the last time I had kissed him while he was sleeping. How that troubled me… When had he begun closing his door in an implicit – and slightly defiant – request for privacy? I couldn’t recall. Continue reading “Last Kiss”