Monthly Archives: August 2013

Gero-Punk Recollections: Part Three–When Rattlesnakes are Blind

 Part three in a series of essays by Guest Gero-Punk Velda Metelmann The Baby Brother      I don’t remember seeing many babies close up as I was the youngest of the trio of first cousins on Mama’s side and had … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Practice: Zig Zagging

I make it a practice to pay attention. But I didn’t see this coming. When did this happen? It feels abrupt! Though I suspect it is the result of a process so gradual and emergent as to be almost imperceptible … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Recollections: Part Two–When Rattlesnakes are Blind

Part-two in a series of essays by guest Gero-Punk Velda Metelmann A Short Nurse Grandma was sickly for a long time and had to rest and then became so ill she had to stay in bed.  The oak and leather … Continue reading

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