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COLUMNS : FRAN EDSTROM - POSTSCRIPT  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
He won’t grow up (08/14/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- I invited the dog-who-must-not-be-written-about 2 into my study for a chat, one of our periodic reviews of his performance as house pet.

“Well,” I said, “I have been generally pleased with your behav ... 

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The grass is not always greener (08/10/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- I don’t claim to have a green thumb, but a person who has lived with various lawns during a lifetime should be able to grow grass, don’t you think?

All I remember about the grass at my childhood home ... 

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Board needs to retain authority (08/07/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- Two things from recent County Board of Commissioner meetings beg for comment.

First, Board Chair Mena Kaehler, who is on a committee charged with redesigning the county’s website, asked if past meeti ... 

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Vaccinations prevent death and disease (08/03/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- I would hate to think that my grandchildren and their children would live in a world in which childhood mortality due to disease would be on the increase. When my mother-in-law was born in the early 1 ... 

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The mystery that is mental illness (07/31/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- On July 22, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 people, most of them teenagers and young adults at a summer camp. His lawyers are expected to ask the courts to certify that Breivik is insane.

On A ... 

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Lighten up (07/27/2011)
Here we are at the end of July, the Beethoven Festival is over, and this is the last week of the Great River Shakespeare Festival. The state is open again. The river is high, the gnats have retreated, ... 

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A short life of crime (07/24/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- Strange memories surface when your body is inactive for a period of time. I called my sister in Massachusetts to see how they were handling the heat and humidity that has finally left us and is settli ... 

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What to do about the heat (07/20/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- We hosted about forty of the (mostly younger and less apt to faint in the heat) Shakespeare actors, apprentices, interns and crew last Tuesday on the river. Our neighbors Sherm and Lori Smith offered  ... 

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Thieves make for bad day (07/17/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- This is one of those days that I am having trouble getting started on my column. It began badly, and I just can’t shake the negative feeling.

I met a friend at nine. He was going to clean our river c ... 

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Sisters (07/13/2011)
By Frances Edstrom -- My sister Susan is on the plane, flying back home to Ayer, Massachusetts, where her cats are eagerly awaiting her. We are very sad to see her go, but no one is sadder than the dog, who has been horrib ... 

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