Category Archives: COUNTRIES OF LOST THINGS

A walk through Grand Central

Back in the early Naughties (I love having an excuse to use that ridiculous term, and then I hate the fact I’ve stooped to use it), I was walking through Grand Central, with all its crazy bustle, when I caught sight … Continue reading

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Welcome to triple decaf ~ the memory channel

 Let’s start with what you’ll find here… Thoughts on memory—a lot—many personal, some general.  Mostly with a literary or psychological bent, with history, politics, current events insinuating themselves too. A channel is a tunnel, a passageway.  It’s also a … Continue reading

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