Lee Woodruff

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March 2020 Book Marks

Birdsong resumes in March.  Daffodil tips crack the surface, hoping they won’t need to retreat.  Longer days and sunnier skies lure me out of winter’s cave and breed that sense of connection we all crave. March has also brought a mother lode of new books, making it a challenge to pare this list.  The following selection takes us from Laura Munson’s  ...

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February 2020 Book Marks

February is a short month.  And in the spirit of brevity (and with many good books below) I’ll keep this one short.  In fact, not to get all philosophical, but in the scheme of things, life is short.  Basketball great Kobe Bryant’s death was a reminder that none of us has our hands on the script.  At a place in time where it feels like hate and words  ...

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January 2020 Book Marks

New year, new decade. By this point I’ve learned resolutions are futile. For about thirty days, the gym at my YMCA is chock full, friends order fizzy water instead of wine. People make bloated promises about waistlines, turning over new leaves and becoming better/leaner/healthier versions of their former selves. And then real life takes over. The Ben  ...

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November 2019 Book Marks

November is the catwalk to the holiday season. Winter coats come out.  Trees lose every leaf and the darned days keep getting shorter.  This week I started combing through new recipes for Thanksgiving side dishes, knowing I’ll end up defaulting to the old standbys. But November is also the month we honor America’s veterans.  Collectively we’re reminded  ...

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September-October 2019 Book Marks

Just about every woman I know read “Little Women” when they were young.  I can still picture myself curled on up a 70’s mustard corduroy chair in our living room, completely absorbed by the indomitable March women.  I related to Jo and her moxie.  A little bit tomboy, a little bit rebel.  The perfect heroine for a 70’s chick. The fact that my parents  ...

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