Author Archives: Harry

Exit Stage Left

And that’s a wrap – after 43 years of working in IT, it all ended January 29. Quietly, I did my last actual work on Thursday documenting a few things. COVID caused the company owner to close the office in … Continue reading

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Adventures in Stargazing

My interest in astronomy began in the 4th or 5th grade when I had to write a report on Jupiter. I got a Sears 60mm refractor for Christmas that year and I was hooked. No astronomy clubs in the area … Continue reading

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Resuming…

Let’s say you’ve been working on this novel. OK, let’s be honest – you worked really hard on this novel for about six months, then life, and your real job, got in the way, and the novel said “that’s alright, … Continue reading

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We Had A Dream

Shining city on a hillDamn we let that one slideIn the fading sparkle of a thousand points of lightWe didn’t keep hope aliveWe killed it and threw it off the bridgeto the twenty-first centuryFear is our constant companionAn abusive loverThat … Continue reading

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Quarantining

It’s hard to shed the feeling that a fundamental change has occurred, that “normal” won’t ever be normal again. At some point, we’ll come out of this, but how many small businesses and local restaurants will come out with us? … Continue reading

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