Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

I Have Seen A Manatee

I wrote this several years ago, but I’ve decided to share it here on this Thanksgiving. It is the day after Thanksgiving and we have gathered on a wooden pier at the Indian River near Palm Bay Florida in the … Continue reading

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Let Us Not Lose Heart

We get these amazing low tides now and then at this time of year. Negative tides. It’s fascinating to walk way out and stand where water usually is, to peer into pools, see hidden rocks revealed, curiosities uncovered. It feels … Continue reading

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Thinking About Thanks and Giving

I have emerged from a tunnel, one of those keep-your-head down bouts of hard duty. I’ve written before here and elsewhere about the ongoing challenges of tending to to a very elderly parent, but every now and then it erupts into crisis, … Continue reading

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Saying Thank You

For us it was a quiet Thanksgiving Day. The ranch in its after-rain enchantment was newly green and blue-skied. We went for a walk with our very good friend. Potatoes are now baking in the oven. We want for nothing.  … Continue reading

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