Bonfire season is here– even for lice.

Maya will try anything.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

Maya reading with Auntie Ann

Officially it is autumn.  Is there any city in American that has not banned burning leaves for many years?  We can only barely remember what a great day it was when dad decided it was time that everybody in the family get out

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Stranger danger is for kids.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

I’m repeating myself.  This is a reminder to get out and make some new friends.

Last night (in May) my husband and I had the best time at a party thrown by Carolyn Rashti, a Graham-trained dancer, and now a certified aqua therapist, soon turning 80.  We were going

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Rock rocks on through web-based service.

Ready to swish and twirl.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

I’ve been trying to recall the name on the poster I saw at London’s Gloucester Road Tube Station in 1985 so I can write a post about how I lost music.

At that station the platform is not underground; it’s open to the sky above, but high stained brick

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75 out of 405 not a bad turnout at 55th.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS…

From Saint Paul to Wausau and back I crossed a dozen rivers flowing full with water. You can’t imagine how exciting that can be unless you live in the desert West, where “river” means “dry gulch except during monsoon season.” I think it was the Black River that was particularly inviting. It

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Like the butterfly I am watching….

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

A butterfly poised on a branch crowded with Orange Jubilee blossoms (Tacoma stans) is moving his wings so fast it brings to mind the expression, “butterflies in my stomach.” That’s what I have.

On Saturday my first mystery book was “launched” at Clues Unlimited, the only specialized mystery bookstore

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