First day of fall. I let go of summer with only the greatest of reluctance. Now is the quarter of the year when: there is more darkness than light the darkness is gaining However, the day looks suspiciously sunny and bright out the window. I might have to go and check it out.
Saturday night in front of the ice cream store was crowded — not just with people but with dogs. Everyone must take their dog out walking on Saturdays, I guess. I don’t know these things because my dog is still too unmanageable to take her out just for fun. The other dogs would terrify her, … Continue reading Saturday Night
A Lesson in History by Professor Karen Alkalay-Gut THE WAR I know who betrayed them in nineteen thirty nine, who whispered to the British that they were Reds on their way to the Holy Land, that he was an excon a noncitizen I know who was given their possessions as payment while they were … Continue reading A Lesson in History