Farewell to Summer Love Notes

When I woke up Monday morning, a peek beyond the covers showed nothing but darkness. I assumed there must be hours to go before waking time. JB is out of town and instead of curling into him so that his warmth and heartbeat sooth me back to sleep, I roll into his empty pillow, glance […]

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how to celebrate August by Maya Stein

Make your own popsicles. Watch a Little League game. Take time to sew a button on something rendered unbuttonable. Write a letter by hand. Contemplate a road trip. Stop reading about famous actresses who will never know your name or meet your family. Instead, fall in love with the blank page, its solid, burgeoning potential. […]

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The Tunnel by Christa Gallopoulous

She wandered through the immaculately manicured gardens that day, late in the afternoon when the summer sun had heated the pathways and burnt away the morning fog. With the broad stone walls of the old castle beginning to throw their shadows on the roses, the lavender and the blown open poppies, the light reflecting off […]

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Summer Camp by Amy Tingle

I never went to summer camp as a kid. So I created the summer camp of my dreams when I grew up. I dreamed of a huge light-filled studio bursting at the seams with art supplies. I dreamed of cartwheels and hula hoops and swinging until my feet no longer touched the ground. I dreamed […]

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Chance Encounters by Dianna Woolley

“Connection and intertwining of one’s human relationships…..the “scratch” that those connections make upon one’s personal being albeit their having come from or delivered to artist, spouse, mother, friend, human being.” Thought and photograph from a new body of work currently developing in the studio of Dianna Woolley, Artist

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