Lee Woodruff

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September-October 2021 Book Marks

Autumn is a time of change, downshifting from the warm days of summer to cooler nights and shorter days. We’re never too old for change. Trying something new challenges us. It keeps us vital. The pandemic put many people at a crossroads, a pause that can also be a positive time to make change. Folks I know are finding themselves in the post-covid  ...

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August 2021 Book Marks

The crickets chirping in the late afternoon grass are my signal that summer is moving toward August’s end. The angle of the sun isn’t as broad on my porch, the college kids are leaving for campus and I can sense the “back to school” vibration. It’s a feeling, an internal shift, the way a bird knows to migrate. Speaking of chapters closing, losses come  ...

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July 2021 Book Marks

Up here in the Adirondacks the caterpillars have denuded the trees, the heat is unseasonable, the mountain nights are warm and thunderstorms light up the night sky.  In case anyone needed reminding, Mother Nature is the boss and we’d better pay some respect. Each year I tell myself that summer will be my time to slow down and each summer feels  ...

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June 2021 Book Marks

I just arrived at my favorite place in the world, the Adirondack mountains in upstate New York. I’m ready to kick back, work remotely and relax amidst the familiarity and comfort of a lakeside summer. But right now, we are covered in poop. Yes, I said poop. There is currently a total invasion of gypsy moth caterpillars, the likes of which I have never  ...

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May 2021 Book Marks

Four generations of Moms. My mother holding me as a baby with her mother and grandmother. Mothers. They’re the reason we’re here. And whether they gave birth to us, adopted us, put us up for adoption in hopes for our better life, whether we have a complicated relationship, or we’ve even chosen a surrogate “Mom,” Mother’s Day marks a way to honor  ...

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