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A shopping toddler

This happened at Fairway. A little boy, maybe as old as four but possibly not, was in front of me at the mushroom bin. He grabbed one shitaki mushroom, turned around, held up the mushroom and said — in the … Continue reading

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Events in the time of Covid

How miniaturized, how insignificant personal events, i.e., things to talk about with friends, have become. This is what struck me this morning, as I decided to put on my spring cotton trousers instead of my velvet, i.e., winter ones. It … Continue reading

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Petty notes on living in the plague

Today, if the thunderstorms subside, I must go on a hunt — this time for tissue paper. Toilet paper? I’ve got plenty. But I’m running low on tissues. Where might I find them? Perhaps my hardware store. Shopping takes a … Continue reading

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