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Notes from Home: O Little Town

By Trudy Wischemann The gingerbread woman reappeared when I opened some boxes of ornaments this weekend. I wanted to do a little lighthanded decorating, at least in my kitchen window, my hearth. I pulled back the tissue paper wrapped around her plump little body, saw who it was, and tenderly wrapped her back up, deciding […]

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Notes from Home: Thicker Than Smoke

By Trudy Wischemann Through all the national emergencies of the last three months — hurricanes, shootings, fires, more hurricanes — I’ve found myself focused on the aftermaths. In the midst of the terror of “the unthinkable” actually happening, we inevitably discover something beautiful in its midst: human hearts and spirits responding in what often seems superhuman ways. My sister […]

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Notes from Home: Dorothea’s Camera

By Trudy Wischemann “Do you know my wife, Dorothea Lange?” the old man asked me in the present tense, although the woman, known for her Dust Bowl portrait “Migrant Mother,” had been dead more than 10 years. It was the summer of 1976. The man was Paul Taylor, professor emeritus of Economics at UC Berkeley, […]

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