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Garden Portfolio

2016 to Present My yard consists of 4,250 Sq Footage. In the back, you’ll find a corner garden, two pool-side gardens, a bird garden, bee garden, and a side patio garden where roses, liatris, lilies, and bee balm grow. In the driveway, an 82 plant Vegetable “bucket” garden spills over with tomatoes, peppers, green beans, […]

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The InVitro Experience Part #2

To understand this article, read this article first. I ended with the line ” Retrieval Day…To be continued 21 January 2019.” I miscarried that night and was rushed to the ER where they confirmed I had miscarried. Needless to say, I was too disheartened at the time to write the article. Stage #3a – Retrieval […]

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IVF Update – Day 10 AET

Day 10 AET (After Embryo Transfer) Ever feel like you’ve beaten a topic to death? That’s how undergoing IVF feels. Actually, it feels like a lot of things, but this is one thing that really isn’t addressed much. Most people don’t understand how it’s done. I mean, they know scientists and doctors are fertilizing the […]

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All Over New York

Hot enough for you? It’s 90+ here in New York and I feel like this is the first day in two weeks I’ve been able to just sit. I was in New York City last weekend for the ballet. I finally, FINALLY, saw Swan Lake performed by the American Ballet Theater at Lincoln Center. It’s […]

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The Runaway Train

I was walking the streets of New York a few weekends ago. I don’t think I’ve tripped over so many homeless. Most are men ranging from mid 20’s to 40 with handouts. I saw one woman (the only woman) in her 60’s. In wondered who abandoned this old woman that she had no kin who […]

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On Dolor and Shadow

This page is part of the tour.   There still is magic in this world and I have found it. Below the roots of Yggdrasil, beyond the depths of Under Earth it is there…if only you dare to see. As the elven city burns, Princess Kallan is taken to Alfheim while a great power begins […]

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