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Three verses of Sinatra, and a cloud of dust (on the Streets of Cuenca, Ecuador)

Woody Hayes. Ohio State University. Listen up from heaven. You’re being honored this morning on the streets of Cuenca, Ecador, about ten yards and a cloud of dust across the New Cathedral on Calle Sucre. “Three yards and a cloud of dust.” Your famous quote comes quickly to mind as a neatly-dressed, middle-aged Cuencano weakly belts […]

Preview – Just for you. The Plan (Prologue and Chapter 1)

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Am I retired? I don’t know. I live in Ecuador and have friends who’ve retired. We have an easy life. Lots of places to go and things to do. BUT —  I have to confess that I love writing books. This last one took a full year to birth. Far longer than I’d planned or […]

Recicladores of Avenida Molina Mora – Poetry and Short Stories Originating in the Andes

An Andes Sunset Pure poetry! A friend of mine, Magdalena Herreshoff just designed her first blog. She’s a poet and writer residing in Ecuador and her work often reflects her experiences of living in the Andes. What a creative way to spend one’s retirement. Take a look — http://highintheandes.wordpress.com/ Always appreciate your comments. sk

The Caja Mountains from my window — writing from home, as a retiree, is a treat. I retired early and moved to Cuenca, Ecuador to give me the time and setting for writing a book. And it’s coming out soon! sk An update on my book: The Plan is about to go to the editor. […]