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Dear Ones,
Greetings from the 47th parallel where we're smack in the middle of what I call double days. The sun rose at 5:23 a.m. and set at 8:56 p.m. Thursday and it's a challenge to sleep later than 6 a.m. even with the blackout curtains closed. (The eclipse helped, as did clouds). Yesterday I changed the sheets, photographed this bald eagle shaking dry after the rain, published a book, delivered the house keys to a young couple beginning their careers as landlord/property managers, gassed up the car, and stopped at Lowe's to buy some clearance windows to replace the broken ones in my garage all before 5 p.m.

I'm fully recovered from surgery and this weekend I'll be on three-story scaffolding applying Peel Stop and paint to the weatherbeaten shingle siding on our garage. Whether or not  you are solar powered like me, I wish you well as we spin toward the summer solstice. Below you'll find more of what I've been up to. And someone, please take a nap for me—all this productivity can be exhausting! 
A New Book in the World: Poemographs, an anthology
More than a dozen poets let their creativity loose in response to photos I took and sent every day of April. The result: Poemographs. This anthology is our contribution to National Poetry Month, and a snapshot of the ongoing conversation between writing, art, inspiration, and creativity. I invite you to turn the pages and follow us as we share imaginative journeys to unique destinations. Available at Amazon in paperback and Kindle. No cost app available for Kindle version, no Kindle device needed to read.
Becky Goodwin ~ Camille Hill ~ Carol Park ~ Carolyn Wiley ~ Cathy Warner ~ Gayle Lindsey Slaten ~ Linda Whaley ~ Lisa Sadleir-Hart ~ Lynn Oatman ~ Michal Lauren ~ Sterling Warner ~ Sue Daly ~ Sue Magrath ~
Susan Samuels Drake
I love you–
the most longed for words.
No trespassing–
the most seductive.

    -Susan Drake, Poemographs
I'm delighted to have one of my favorite pieces of memoir I've written published in the new anthology Crone Rising. And, as luck would have it, you can read my entire story in the "look inside" preview available on Amazon without even purchasing the book! I hope you'll take a look.
So this happened, a bald eagle took down a great blue heron mid-flight and ate it on our beach. You can read my latest blog post "Another Day in Paradise" & find more photos of eagles and herons on my website--scroll down. 
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keeping my mind occupied while my body labors
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Family of eagles feasting on the great blue heron kill. One is flying with a wing.