Monthly Archives: March 2014

Spring Poetry

after we parted after we parted and got into separate cars I meant to follow you to the highway and turn left heading east while you turned right heading west and north but when you pulled away I got out … Continue reading

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Jack of All Trades

Sometimes I think my blog should just be about diabetes–or about diabetes and food, or mindfulness and diabetes, or diabetes, mindfulness and food with some art thrown in–and maybe a poem or two every once in a while. In other … Continue reading

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Spring

Don’t go outside to see the flowers. My friend, don’t bother with that excursion. Inside your body there are flowers. One flower has a thousand petals. That will do for a place to sit. Sitting there you will have a … Continue reading

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A New Path?

Life and work intruded on my weekly blog posts- most notably: grant funding for the Mass in Motion program I administer is ending in September, 2 years ahead of schedule (!). The city may fund the program, but while administrators wrangle … Continue reading

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