Tag Archives: South Florida

The Power of an Image

Anyone who is even vaguely familiar with The Handmaid’s Tale – book or TV series – recognizes this iconic image. These are the handmaid’s in Margaret Atwood’s brilliant and visionary novel, The Handmaid’s Tale. The fertile women. The ones whose lives … Continue reading

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WAITING

Hurricane Dorian was forecast to hit South Florida on Saturday, August 31. I returned from Orlando on Thursday, August 29, and encountered the effects of panicked hurricane buying – gas stations without gas, grocery store shelves empty of water, ice, … Continue reading

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A Bureaucratic System

  Hurricanes. I’ve lived with them since my parents first moved to South Florida in 1963. But in all those years, I’ve never lived in a house or apartment or or anywhere that was damaged enough in a hurricane that … Continue reading

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WHILE WE WAIT FOR IRMA

Noah (big dog) and Nigel (little pup) are getting acquainted while we wait for Irma. The hurricane is forecast to hit the Florida keys as a cat 5, with winds of 160 mph. However, the track has shifted farther to … Continue reading

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