Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ideas Unfolding

I heard a story on NPR last week about how scientists are not only inspired by, but are using, the ancient folding technique of Origami to fold solar-powered panels, balls, etc. that fit easily into rockets and then, when they … Continue reading

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Fragments

Daily Life, Bastille Day and Modern Art and poetry—unable to settle on a theme turns into a topic. I’ve been married for 43 years and my husband has told the same joke for all 43 of those years and I still laugh. … Continue reading

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Am I Done Yet?

I am a fan of watching tennis.   To be clear, I do not play tennis, but I love watching tennis–especially Grand Slam tennis. The athletes at that level have not only mastered their bodies and refined a skill set far … Continue reading

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