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The Rule of 10,000

I’ve finally made it back from Residency, recovered from the stomach flu that hitched a ride home with me, and dug my way out from under the To Do List avalanching my desk. And now, to relax, I’ll dive into … Continue reading

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The Objective Correlative

In writing, as with many other aspects of life, you don’t know how much you don’t know until someone wiser teaches you. I started out over ten years ago knowing nothing other than I loved reading stories and wanted to … Continue reading

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The Low Residency Degree

Last Wednesday my phone rang while I was on a lunch date with my husband. When I saw Montpelier, VT, on the caller id, I squealed right there in the middle of Chipotle. I was accepted into the Vermont College … Continue reading

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Does School Ever End?

Perhaps some people are students at heart, never able to quit signing on for more learning and torture. Like me. After earning my bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, I swore I was done with school and studying. Time to enjoy … Continue reading

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