Tag Archives: 1950’s

“The Comparative Lightness of Being”

“The Comparative Lightness of Being” Except for the dentistry, this old world seems to be going from bad to worse. It’s been downhill for decades. Neighborhoods going to hell. Small businesses and specialty shops closing. Anti-Semitism at a toxic high. … Continue reading

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“Women Friends”

“Women Friends” The Ariadne’s Thread that connects one episode of one’s life to the next is provided by our women friends – the ones to whom our stories can be told. I have a high school friend (let us call … Continue reading

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