Monthly Archives: June 2021

To Ben on Father’s Day, 2021

[Note: In honor of Father’s Day, I wish again to recognize Ben Lamplugh, whose story has occupied so much of this blog over the past couple of years (2019–2020). Here I combine lightly edited excerpts from the “Introduction” to the … Continue reading

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Blogging Through the Pandemic: “Retired But Not Shy” at Eleven

[Note: Funny thing:  I’ve been feeling trapped in “writer’s block” for the past year, even recording my supposed plight a couple of times in my journal.  And yet. . .  Looking back at the blog posts I’ve put up since … Continue reading

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