The machine clicked loudly, telegraphing any signs of hesitation to all in the crowded lobby.
Catching the rat was amazing. But then it got even more astonishing.
I savored the ’90s sitcom for a decade. For her, it’s fast-forward.
Mom ran her kitchen with an efficiency that the military would envy.
... and I’d been ‘rake only’ for years. Then desperation set me on a new path.
My husband heard a new career beckon – with a buzzing noise.
The men who’ve tended my yard and garden have also helped me grow.
It used to be that a phone call was for two people – and two people alone.
My sister and I both played instruments. I had talent. But she had something more.
When it came time to paint the house, we pulled out all the stops.
I was lost, and she was 1,500 miles away. But all it took was one word.
They’re a lullaby, a punctuation, a (mostly) relaxed way to travel.
Designed to hold livestock, it has now done everything but.
The encounters were cosmic, comic, compassionate, and life-changing.
Who’d let a stranger stay with them? A lot of people, it turned out.
The biggest challenge, for me, was to preserve my self-esteem.
I got used to sharing space with critters – up to a point.
It’s best to learn to catch them, but I’m glad to be handed one, too.
My first memory of the place is framed above the prow of a canoe.
In Paris, it was learning how baguettes should be eaten; here, it’s liking ‘leaves.’
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