Posted in August 2013

In Your Court

Paving the court hits me hard, makes me hurt, Pulls something out of me as the smothering past gasps. It feels like the end of all that I played for, Seeing the net folded and taken away. But Progress means more and that more needs Places that come from the loss of the game. I … Continue reading

Whiskey Beach: A Book Review

Whiskey Beach by Nora Roberts Penguin Group, 2013, 496 pp. $27.95 Romance/Romantic Suspense/ Contemporary Fiction/Fiction ISBN: 978-0-399-15989-3 Boston lawyer Eli Landon’s life began to spin out of control when he came home and found that his estranged wife had been brutally murdered.  Because he was the police’s prime suspect, Landon eventually lost both his job … Continue reading

The Girl with the Pearl Ring

This weekend my roommate invited me to go the eighth annual Red Dress Gala, a local fundraiser for heart disease.  The theme was a black and white ’20s era design, reminiscent of The Great Gatsby.  I was more than happy to take her sister’s usual place at the table and get to wear costume jewelry and pearls … Continue reading

Le Loup

He walks in the light, lank and long Losing himself among the throng. His smile, his eyes are full of charm. His dress and manner do not alarm.   He behaves pleasantly with all he sees. Friends and neighbors speak well of he Who keeps the letter of village law, The bright of eye and … Continue reading