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ELIZABETH RICHARDSON GOULD...
I’ve always loved
this painting. It was in my grandfather’s house; my father remembered it hanging in
his bedroom when he was growing up. At some point, my father inherited it from
his parents, and I from him. It’s on the west wall of my guest bedroom; the ...

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SHELLS...
Found this photo the
other day; it took me by surprise!           It also took me back fifty years… Look at all those shells! It must have been the
1960s – in my hippie days, when Vietnam was raging, the civil rights movement
was on the rise, and I was idea...

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ON STAIRS....
There are bookcases
in my living room—an upper level of five shelves that go up to the ceiling
stacked over a lower level of countertop with shelves underneath. The bottom
section has matching latticed doors that I keep shuttered at all times because it’s
a...

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THE VOICE....
The Voice.           My father adored her. He joined the Navy in
1940 with dreams of becoming a pilot; he had his flight training in
Jacksonville, Florida. After successfully completing flight school, he flew transport planes
for the US Navy during the war,...

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ROXANNA ADAMS WILDER SABIN...
I’m fascinated by seeing photographs of people
as they grow, as they mature; there’s something magical about this aging
process. Here’s two photographs of my great-great grandmother,
Roxanna Adams Wilder Sabin, 1832-1926. The first shot is Roxanna at 1850 o...

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DECEMBER 25...


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CHRISTMAS GLASSWARE...
Christmas dinner in Boston was a mighty affair! Grandparents, aunts and uncles, a
bunch of cousins—even a few great-uncles (one in particular who was a lawyer;
he was slightly on the shady side and smoked little cigarettes—my grandmother
ran around after hi...

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SNOWMEN...
Time passes…           …and we’ve had our first snow here in
Maine! A few inches fell the other day. It was barely enough to shovel, but
shovel we did—the sound of neighbors working at sweeping their cars and
clearing their drives and walkways is nearly mus...

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WAITING...
I’m a lapsed everything these days. I’ve lapsed to the point of having an atheist sticker slapped on the
backside of my Toyota Yaris. There’s no coming back from that. Still, there are
shreds of my childhood that come soaring back to me at this time of year...

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THE CABOT MILL...
It started out in the 1700s as a small trading post, but by
1809 it was known as the Brunswick Cotton Manufacturing Company. The mill,
powered by the Androscoggin River and the falls at Pejepscot, made yarn for
textile manufacturing. It changed its name a f...
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