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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Mismatched furniture (10/01/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Two words from yesteryear seem to be monopolizing my train of thought as I helplessly view and hear reports about tragedy and loss caused by recent natural disasters. Those words will come later.

It' ... 

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Property repossessed (09/18/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- In the earth, at our camping site, we embedded a stepping stone of multicolored glass shards that our granddaughter had made. Some folks mark their property with the year of construction imprinted in  ... 

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Saga of 1963 (09/11/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- It was the era of "Puff The Magic Dragon" and "Petticoat Junction." Women were swooning over the Cartwrights on "Bonanza," and teens were gaga over the swingin', puppy-lovin' movie "Beach Party,"  ... 

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A summer affair (08/28/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Wanderlust is calling...my passion can't be quelled. The magic of richly hued finery, flirtatious winks, and aroma therapy, beckons a smitten admirer. Beyond visual gratification, I reach out to embra ... 

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Come as you are (08/21/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "Sit a spell and chat. Take a load off and have a glass of lemonade. How ya been?"

"Things we do anonymously in big cities, such as buying groceries, filling the car up with gas, or making a bank de ... 

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Yesterday’s wine (08/14/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- One thing reminds a person of something else. It happens more frequently when one's on the farther side of racking up memories. Sentimental remembrances flash past us like innuendoes of fate.

Laura I ... 

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Name that tune (07/24/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- If you can't be the composer - be the song.

Do we take life far too seriously to enjoy it? Do we tend to act-out melodramas and theatrics in our daily lives? Self-imposed busy work and ringing echoes ... 

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Spiritual research (06/26/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "It may be that the strongest bonds are forged in silence. In a Zen monastery, monks work side by side for hours without ever speaking. Yet the sense of fraternity grows steadily without the aid of co ... 

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A time to be old (06/19/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Don't count the years - count the blessings.

A lush, daylily scent lifts from the row of yellow blooms, appearing in a tousled, reckless state, left to grow at will. Last winter surpassed intentions, ... 

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A shutterbug’s manifesto (06/12/2005)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Black and white configurations: Draw the drapes! Unfurl the shades! Windows hold us within our spaces, as well as welcoming the greater world into focus. Opened windows commingle stale vapors of confi ... 

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