reading in the park

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Clean-up day in our tiny neighborhood park. You wouldn't think that a triangle of grass and trees behind a brick warehouse could accumulate so much organic litter, but the trees along the sidewalks are ancient gingkos, and in addition to their leaves, they carpet the ground with stinky fruit. The afternoon was warm, and the company congenial. After helping rake for a while, oldest son read beneath a pin oak.

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Gingkos. Ahhhhhhh. Love those trees.

I've been following your blog for a while but haven't had a chance to reach out and comment. One of the things I love to trace through your work is the way you do (or don't!) use up the page. I am really inspired by your work. Thank you so much for sharing!

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