Monthly Archive: March 2015

Mar
31

Doug Stener: Wisconsin Mustang

Wisconsin Mustang © Doug Stener, 2011

  This horse is a wild Mustang that was adopted by a family in Newville, WI. Doug Stener is a photographer  from Janesville, WI. If you would like to see more of his terrific photographs, you can contact him at placesandthings1213  at yahoo.com. I originally posted this photo in July 2011. I will always be …

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Mar
31

Guest Post: Laura Rodley “To Be a Horse”

This essay by Massachusetts writer Laura Rodley gives us an image and rides with it.  Reading it makes me think of all the horses in literature and the horse books by Marguerite Henry. I love how Laura’s writing flows (it’s why I fell for “Addicted” in Solace in So Many Words).  This lyric essay is …

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Mar
24

News and nifty

Sunny side up? © Ellen Wade Beals, 2015

“Keep your sunny side up, up!” (“Hide the side that gets blue”). I write this to myself as well as to you. No whining. I’ve been watching Foyle’s War on Netflix and really enjoying it. It very rarely hits the wrong note; I’ve watched two seasons and only had some quibbles with the series. It’s …

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Mar
16

Glimpse of solace: Garfield Park Observatory

March green © Ellen Wade Beals, 2015

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