Category Archives: global inequity

We Are Generation X

June 2021 . Even if my daughter says I’m in Generation “XL,” we still got a lot to be proud of. Survival and adaptation-wise anyway. Just the fact that the I N T E R N E T –and CELL … Continue reading

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Carrot Talk 🥕

Friday, May 28th 2021 . 2021-05-28 Carrot Talk 🥕 [0:29]: . 🥕🥕🥕

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Cambridge Wildlife Arts Series: Show Trailer Debut

Wednesday, April 20th 2021 . Here it is! A trailer for the wildlife show I have been hosting: OUR ANIMAL NEIGHBORS IN CAMBRIDGE – TRAILER for SERIES [1:20]: . Granted, the program is low budget, but dang! I never knew … Continue reading

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AT RISE: Sharing is Caring

Friday, April 2nd 2021 . AT RISE: Girl is sitting at Boy’s desk. Boy is standing next to her. They are engrossed in Minecraft on the computer. Kitten is along for the ride. BOY: [Snags a couple oyster crackers from … Continue reading

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Boomers Got the Vax by SNL

March 28th 2021 . Boomers Got the Vax – SNL [3:29]: . “Hm. Good for me!” It’s funny because it’s (sad but) true. .

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Look at That Cat: Favorite Acoutrement

Saturday, March 27th 2021 I keep telling him that I’m not that special, and he keeps acting wholly unconvinced. 2021-03-27 Favorite Acoutrement [0:38]: . Or honestly maybe he just thinks my neckline needs some work. 😹

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Bubble Wow’s Drawing of Tweenage Gavin

Saturday, March 27th 2021 Mom drew and colored this image from a photo she took of him in his room on 3/18/21. . . Gavin loves it. We all do. DaddyLove: “She even captured the black void of a cat.” … Continue reading

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Baby’s First Chiropractic

Friday, March 26th 2021 After ClaraJane reports lower right back pain enough times, I get her in to the chiropractor. . My own chiro, Dr. Ken Lowey of Newton Center Chiropractic, has saved -restored!- my life functioning a multitude of … Continue reading

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Baby’s First Opthomalogic

Thursday, March 25th 2021 . We’re having a high-maintenance theme to ClaraJane’s week. Today’s flavor is ophthalmology. . Long story short, girlfriend is nearsighted in her left eye, sees perfectly through her right, and has two totally healthy eyeballs; just … Continue reading

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Me and Anti-Racism: A Beginning

March 18th 2021 While this is by no means my first foray into grappling with the inescapable dominant paradigm of white supremacy in our culture, this is my first time joining a book club about it. Also my first time … Continue reading

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