Monthly Archives: September 2013

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

Part five in a series of essays by guest Gero-punk Velda Metelmann The Barn and the Cottonwood Tree      Across the shallow spill of the puddle, the lane sloped gently down beside the barn and up a little rise again … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Practice: Sometimes I have to forget so that I can remember

I can’t believe I almost missed one of the most important events of this summer! And if but one more day had passed I might have missed it entirely! This morning after Izzy left for school and I finished my … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Report: Well done, clouds!

Happy Friday! I don’t know what it is like where you are, but where I am – Portland, Oregon – it is a wild and stormy day. Rain and wind and dramatic barometric pressure changes (to which I attribute some … Continue reading

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