Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Gift of Belonging

Belonging is really important to us, although we’ve never been joiners in any traditional sense. We never had a desire to be Italian, even though we joke about our quest to become “true Italians.” That, of course, could never happen. … Continue reading

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Enzo Pazzagli and Cypress Trees

If you could create your own art park, filled with everything you love, how would it look? Where would it be? Who would visit? Would you plant trees? 300 of them? For Italian sculptor Enzo Pazzagli, 300 cipressi, cypress trees … Continue reading

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He Came In Through the Bathroom Window

The window was open and he went for it. You can’t blame him. Any one of us would have done the same thing, given the circumstances. This story could be a take-off on the ever popular Beatles song, or, about … Continue reading

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My Rather Disturbing Dilemma

My name is Emerson, and I have a problem. I’m not too proud to admit it. It became apparent to me the other day when I was shaving. We all have routines. Right? And sometimes they become so repetitive that … Continue reading

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