Monthly Archives: July 2012

Oh yeah? well . . .

When you’re a kid, you believe what you’re told. What you’re told, what you see, what you hear or overhear. Everything is just input, because you’re not born with any context in which to place your experiences. But that input … Continue reading

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the bad things are easier to believe

In Maine, where they are (for lack of a better term) place-proud, I went to graduate school with a young woman who was constantly remarking that her family had lived in the Brunswick/Freeport area for 13 generations ~ as if … Continue reading

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PSAs ~ not brought to you by . . . .

Stories we tell ourselves continued ~ In addition to the stories we tell ourselves and others about major events in our lives, we have those 5 -15 second PSAs I mentioned in the last post. Unlike the PSAs (Public Service … Continue reading

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