Category Archives: Letters

Correspondence, an ancient and honorable way to live literarily.

Notes for Neets – A Sense of Things At This Moment

So here I sit, again, on the veranda*.  It’s seven twenty p.m., Saturday March 1 on my antipodean side of the world though for you now in the Northern Hemispheric Seattle, slumbering peacefully I expect, it’s only been March 1 … Continue reading

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Notes for Neets – Faulty Messages to Myself

Dear Neets, Here I sit on the back porch, absorbing Gorgonzola on crackers and sipping a Between the Sheets.  I have switched on the (in Australian English: fairy) lights that make our back porch here in suburban Canberra seem almost … Continue reading

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Notes for Neets – Candles

Probably shouldn’t start a letter this way but I have a confession to make. Actually, it’s quite a small one. I don’t need to tell you how lately we’ve been making adjustments to our eating and living to try to … Continue reading

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Notes for Neets – Not THAT Far

My Dear Neets, Look at this!  My fingers found their way to my Mac’s keyboard, typed the right codes and passwords, and voila, my good ole blog. I’ve told you this venue is more my portfolio. Why letters to you … Continue reading

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March 4, 2010 Letter to my Family

Happy March 4th! Once again, the day especially made for bold and decisive action is here.  I want to wish each of you a happy March 4th, and hope you take the opportunity to march forth in whatever decision or … Continue reading

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